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Thursday, 14 February 2008

What Is A Shaman And Shamanka

What Is A Shaman And Shamanka Cover (Sanskrit) In the strictest definition "one who lives life in self-denial for spiritual purpose". However, this word is more often viewed through it's secondary meaning "one who is dedicated to a spiritual life achieving a level of leadership and teaching". The term began in India and slowly migrated in two directions. The first moved through Germany, Scotland, Ireland, and on to North America. The second moved through the Orient, Russia and on to the North Western sections of North America . Shaman is the masculine variation, Shamanka is the female version.

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