Urban shamanism, also known as "digital shamanism" or "digital psychedelia", is a Wikipedia:school of thought born out of the convergence of Wikipedia:technological changes, Wikipedia:art movements, and Wikipedia:Eastern philosophies during the late 20th century. It parallels and is often associated with Wikipedia:technopaganism. In practice, the digital Wikipedia:psychedelic process is the fusion of the biological and technological to achieve profound self-knowledge.

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