Time, bodies and minds are out of tune. We seek in vain, night and day, paths of reconciliation with ourselves, and with the world that is being devastated. We seek, but we are not alone. There are those whom the anthropologist Philippe Descola calls “the cosmic mediators”, the shamans, guardians of the keys of the invisible, healers, guides and messengers. In 2010, Flore-Aël Surun, a member of the Tendance Floue agency, ecountered shamanism, before getting closer in 2016 to the Circle of wisdom of ancestral traditions: each year, to honor the prophecy of the Circle of Nations, shamans of around...
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