Participates in and guides a spiritual journey. Helps others in discovering the process of recovery from spiritual illness. A shaman is often involved in praying with a person that is not well. Participates in practising rituals that bring wellness to the sick person. The shaman is commonly found today in many Asian, African, Caribbean, and Latin American countries. Those with skills in shamanic practices are commonly appearing more often in developing countries as the validity of shamanic practices are gaining broader acceptance. The shaman can sometimes heal things no one else can cure. They therefore serve as a reminder to us of the great capacity the spirit can have over the body. In primitive societies they provide the community with a sense of security.
Theology Occultism
Type Classification:
R: Strategy roles