Boiling Energy: Community Healing Among the Kalahari Kung
This account of the ancient healing dances practiced by the Kung people of southern Africa's Kalahari Desert includes vivid eyewitness descriptions of night-long healing dances and interviews with Kung healers.
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Education for Healing 777
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