Shaman: Life and Immortality Aleksandra Chirkova

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Published: January 8th 2013

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262 pages


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Shaman: Life and Immortality  by  Aleksandra Chirkova

Shaman: Life and Immortality by Aleksandra Chirkova
January 8th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 262 pages | ISBN: | 6.62 Mb

This book is about Konstantin Chirkov (1879-1974), a White Shaman from the banks of the Indigirka River in the North of Siberia. He was not only a skilful healer, but also a keeper of spiritual culture of indigenous people of the North. Telling aboutMoreThis book is about Konstantin Chirkov (1879-1974), a White Shaman from the banks of the Indigirka River in the North of Siberia. He was not only a skilful healer, but also a keeper of spiritual culture of indigenous people of the North.

Telling about her father’s difficult life under the Soviet regime, the author reflects on the nature of shamanism in general. This book is not merely recollections of eyewitnesses about wondrous happenings- it is a thorough insight into this ancient knowledge. Being both a certified doctor and a healer, who inherited her father’s abilities, the author emphasizes that the shaman’s gift is a gift from above, the knowledge of universal laws and natural mechanisms driving everything in the world, the cosmic secret wisdom.

However, A.Chirkova lifts the veil from some shaman secrets and healing techniques. Explaining the shamanism phenomenon with the use of parapsychology and psychophysics concepts, the author believes it to be applicable in modern medicine. Although narrating about events in past, this book is aimed at future



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