, also known as Digital Shamanism or Psychedelia
, is an artistic school of thought born out of the social upheavals of the past four decades, the artistic and technological movements of the 20th century, and the philosophies of various non-western cultures. It parallels and is often associated with Technopaganism
. Within art, the Digital Psychedelic process is the fusion of the biological and technological to elicit a mystical experience, self-realizing truth, or moment of profundity.
Komatsu Kiyoko, the founder of a Japanese "new religion" Shinmeiaishinkai, practices a form of shamanism that focuses on business-related oracles which also has been described as "urban shamanism."
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