Shamanism is a spiritual practice that involves a practitioner, known as a shaman, who is believed to interact with the spirit world on behalf of the community. The practice is often characterized by rituals, ceremonies, and trance-like states that allow the shaman to communicate with spirits, heal the sick, divine the future, and perform other functions important to the community.


Origin of Shamanism

The origins of shamanism are ancient and diverse, with practices found in various cultures around the world. The Rigveda, an ancient Indian text, contains references to practices that are similar to what we now call shamanism. The word “shamanism” is believed to have its roots in the Vedic word “sama” or “shaman,” which denotes a state of equality and a calm or balanced state of mind.


In Vedic tradition, “Samaan” refers to a Vedic hymn or chant that is used in religious rituals and ceremonies. In shamanistic practices, the shaman often invokes the four elements—fire (Agni Devta), air (Vayu Devta), water (Jal Devta), and sometimes earth (Prithvi Devta)—as part of their rituals and spiritual work. These elements are considered fundamental forces in the universe and are invoked for various purposes, such as healing, protection, or seeking guidance from the spiritual realm.


Let’s Go to the Shamanic Journey:- 

This healing practice is also called the Shamanic journey. Journey to the unseen world.

There are three types of worlds In Shamanic journey.


  • Lower world:-They are very deep-rooted with nature here we get to know about our spirit animal.


  • The middle world has many concepts in this and they are our hidden energy which is very similar to the earthly plane.


  • Upper World:- it is like Heaven here you will meet with your spirit guides, angels, and ancestors.


Try this beautiful journey today!! Or take professional assistance from Ruma Marwah – your shamanic practitioner. 


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