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A member of certain tribal societies who acts as a religious medium between the concrete and spirit worlds
A traditional (prescientific) faith healer
Known also as a medicine-priest or witch doctor - the shaman uses magic to accomplish his various duties
A priest or healer who believes that the workings of good and evil spirits can be influenced only by shaman
Among some Native American peoples, a shaman is a person who is believed to have powers to heal sick people or to remove evil spirits from them. someone in some tribes, who is a religious leader and is believed to be able to talk to spirits and cure illnesses (saman). Person who uses magic to cure the sick, divine the unknown, or control events. Both men and women can be shamans. Shamanism is classically associated with certain Arctic and Central Asian peoples, but today the term is applied to analogous religious and quasi-religious systems throughout the world. As medicine man and priest, the shaman cures illnesses, directs communal sacrifices, and escorts the souls of the dead to the other world. He operates by using techniques of ecstasy, the power to leave his body at will during a trancelike state. In cultures where shamanism occurs, sickness is usually thought of as soul loss; it is thus the shaman's task to enter the spirit world, capture the soul, and reintegrate it in the body. A person becomes a shaman either by inheritance or by self-election. See also animism
A part-time religious practitioner who mediates between ordinary people and supernatural beings and forces
a person who makes medicine for the tribe and performs other, special activities, known as the 'medicine man'
(IC) The term "shaman" is used variously In my definition, shamanic practices involve the regulation and transformation of human life and human society through the use (or purported use) of alternate states of cosciousness by means of which specialist practitioners are held to communicate with a mode of reality alternative to, and more fundamental than, the world of everyday experience
A priest of Shamanism; a wizard among the Shamanists
A wizard in tribal societies who is an intermediary between the living, the dead, and the gods
A medicine man/woman or witch doctor
n A priest-like leader who serves, in certain native tribes, as a conduit or communicator between the physical (living) plane and that of the spiritual world Sometimes, a healer Warcraft III art; Warcraft III screenshot
{i} tribal priest or priestess who uses supernatural forces to heal illness or predict the future; person who resembles a shaman
a priest who uses magic to cure the sick, to divine the hidden, and to control events
A holy person who works with spirits, magick and earth based practices This title does not belong to the Native American paths alone It is a title of many cultures and has been for eons
Specifically, a mediator between the human and spirit worlds in Siberian cultures Now extended to include similar roles in other archaic cultures Frequently degraded in turn-of-millennium usage to include anyone who experiences trance or astral travel! Plural is not 'shamen'
– a medicine man or religious leader; a person who calls upon the spirits to cure the sick and to control events (weather or hunting)
An individual with a special relationship with the spirit world Whites often called shamans "medicine men" because they were responsible for curing the sick
a religious specialist who uses supernatural power in curing Also called curer or cuerandero
A shaman is a priest or priestess in shamanism
in societies practicing shamanism: one acting as a medium between the visible and spirit worlds; practices sorcery for healing or divination
Part priest, part sorcerer, magician and seer, healer, prophet, male or female, shamans can enter into a state of trance, travel beneath the sea or among the stars to the northern lights, transform themselves into wolves, seals or monsters, call upon benevolent spirits and fight to the death against malevolent ones, exercise justice, heal the body and save the soul, condemn, forgive, take or give life Mediums, sages and sorcerers, they act as intermediaries between the world of the living and the supernatural world of shadows and spirits Close
A religious leader who possesses spiritual enlightenment and assists in the health and well-being of others
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Of or relating to a shaman or to shamanism
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Of or pertaining to Shamanism
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plural of shaman
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    الواصلة

    sham·an

    التركية النطق

    şeymın

    النطق

    /ˈsʜāmən/ /ˈʃeɪmən/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'shä-m&n, 'shA- al ] (noun.) 1698. From German Schamane, from Russian шаман (šamán), from Evenki шаман (šamán), itself possibly from Chinese sha men, 'Buddhist monk', from Prakrit (Pali) समन (samana), from Sanskrit श्रमण (śramaṇá, “ascetic, monk, devotee”), from श्रम (śráma, “fatigue, weariness, exhaustion; labor, toil etc.”).

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