Featured author – Michael Berman

Mar 26th, 2016 | By | Category: Articles, Books for Shamans

Michael Berman BA, MPhil, PhD (Alternative Medicines) has been involved in teaching and teacher training for over thirty five years, and has given presentations at conferences in more than twenty countries. He also trained as a Core Shamanic Counsellor with the Scandinavian Cenre for Shamanic Studies under Jonathan Horwitz.

He is the author of a number of titles exploring shamanism through folk tales.

jhp4ee5cda779931.9781780992716_Georgia through Earth, Fire, Air and Water_72Georgia through Earth, Fire, Air and Water

Tales from a time when the Earth was new help to jolt us out of our daily lethargy ‚Äď a number of which have never been translated from Georgian direct into English before.

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Shamanic Journeys, Shamanic Stories

A book  about  healing brought about through shamanic journeying, through shamanic stories, through shamanic poetry, and through shamanic counselling.

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Georgia Through Its Folktales

“Everything shifts in the Caucasus, blown by some of the strongest winds on earth. Even the ground moves, splintered by fault lines. In early Georgian myths, it is said that when the mountains were young, they had legs ‚Äď could walk from the edges of the oceans to the deserts, flirting with the low hills, shrouding them with soft clouds of love”

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Shamanic Journeys Through the Caucasus

In this book Berman aims to show the reader the shamanic roots that still survive within the folk tales of this area which covers a variety of places including Armenia, Chechnya, Azerbaijan and Georgia.

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Shamanic Journeys Through Daghestan

Known as the ‘land of the mountains,’ Dagestan lies immediately north of the Caucasus Mountains, and stretches for approximately 250 miles along the west shore of the Caspian Sea. With its mountainous terrain making travel and communication difficult, Daghestan is still largely tribal. This book offers¬†English accounts of the spiritual practices of these remote tribes protected from Tsarist and Communist influences by their isolation in the Caucasus Mountains.

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