Urban shamanism

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Urban shamanism, also known as "digital shamanism" or "digital psychedelia", is a school of thought born out of the convergence of technological changes, art movements, and Eastern philosophies during the late 20th century. It parallels and is often associated with technopaganism. In practice, the digital psychedelic process is the fusion of the biological and technological to achieve profound self-knowledge.

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  • Roberts, T. B. (editor) (2001). Psychoactive Sacramentals: Essays on Entheogens and Religion. San Francosco: Council on Spiritual Practices.
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  • King, Serge Kahili (1990). Urban Shaman. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-671-68307-1