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Actual shamanism isn't contrary to scientific findings, basic biology, or in relation to what you refer - altered states of consciousness - in direct contradiction to the findings of neuroscience.
I'm all fan of centuries old traditions - when they have merit and benefit.
But those kinds of videos you posted? Don't. It's not the techniques bad... it's that those videos and alikes *aren't how these techniques are done.*
And frankly it can be dangerous.
I was trained in dissociative stuff, breath work, body work, imaginative exercises, extreme pain management, subliminal recognition and similar stuff since a kid.
No one of the teachers that *were* legit would *dare* sit any of us with a video and now do whatever.
They were all damned watchful.
Knew what they're doing.
Knew how much of what they can do to not retraumatize trauma people.
Knew when to absolutely not accept someone as a student, as that person needed a citizenship in a new country and treatment teams and to forget what they *can*.
You can't just toss info like that at people... much less those with MH.