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Call# BF1321 W34
Title Opening to vision: The use and interpretation of trance in contemporary society.
Author Wagner, John Richard
Summary "This study describes and compares three groups of people who work delibertely with trance states: 1) the Coast Salish, an Aboriginal People of wide distribution on the southern coast of British Columbia and Washington State; 2) wiccans, a community of modern witches whose ritual practices are rooted in the pagan belief-systems of pre-Christian Europe; 3) hypnotherapists and their clients, a group focused on the therapeutic use of hypnotic states in both private and group contexts." taken from the provided abstract, p. ii.
Object Name MA Thesis
Subjects Spirituality
Winter dance
Pub Date 1991