Lindsa, Nanai Tribe, Doerga, Siberia by Phil Borges

Lindsa, Nanai Tribe, Doerga, Siberia

For over 50 years Lindsa had been one of only two Nanai shamans. Although the tiger was her main spirit she had over sixty spirits that she called upon. There were several segments to her healing ceremony, and after each section the spirits would call for vodka. Lindsa obliged. She told us "everything in the natural world has consciousness, and if you are given energy, be sure to pass it on - give it away - don't keep it to yourself. "
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