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Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.

Psychic and Spiritual Healing (#S334)


$29.95 $18.95
30 minutes
Can the methods and ideas of native spiritual healers be incorporated into modern psychological and medical practice? Psychologist Stanley Kripper, Ph.D., tells of his experiences with native shamans and healers in the Americas and Asia. Dr. Krippner, director of the Center for Consciousness Studies at the Saybrook Institute, is author of several books including Human Possibilities and Realms of Healing.
This program is also available in the VideoQuartet:
Perspectives on Healing (#Q284)

"People in their tribe have been given the tests, and you find out that shamans have more imaginative capacity than people in their tribe, but also they're more in touch with reality than people in their tribe. So they're very much at home in both worlds. That's the remarkable thing about what a shaman can do, while on the other hand the pseudo-shamans, the deluded people in the tribe who think that they're shamans but who the tribe stays away from because they don't put any trust in them, their psychological test scores are very poor."
--Stanley Kripper 




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