Mending the Fragmented Self
By Sandra Ingerman
Overcome traumatic dissociation, depression, addictions, memory repression, and other problems through the age-old shamanic technique of soul retrieval.
Who takes care of our spirit when it gets sick? We have doctors for the body, for the mind, and for the heart, but where do we go when our spirit is ailing? The answer: to a shaman. With warmth and compassion, pioneering psychologist and shaman Sandra Ingerman illustrates what psyche or soul damage is, and why it is a common yet little understood cause of psychological dysfunction. She goes on to describe the dramatic results of using soul retrieval as a healing modality, drawing on case studies from her years of teaching and practice.
"Fascinating and illuminating. An excellent introduction to the mysterious power of shamanic healing by an authentic, experienced practitioner."
-Frances Vaughan, PhD
Psychologist and author of The Inward Arc and Awakening Intuition
"I admire Ingerman's ability to modernize this ancient path of shamanic practice, and I praise her emphasis on using shamanism with compassion and respect for all beings."
-Serge Kahili King
Author of Urban Shaman
• More than 100,000 copies in print
Sandra Ingerman, LMFT, LPCC, is the celebrated author of A Fall to Grace and Welcome Home: Following Your Soul's Journey Home. She serves as educational director of The Foundation for Shamanic Studies directed by Michael Harner, and conducts workshops worldwide on shamanism.
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