林麗純 Li Chun, Lin(Marina)
薩滿。魔法。藝術Marina creates art with shamanism and magic
Li Chun (Marina) came from Taiwan and she is a multi-faceted individual with a diverse background in shamanism, occult, arts, and journalism. As a former travel journalist, Li Chun embarked on a shamanic journey during a spontaneous vision quest in a desert in the Middle East. She has spent over ten years traveling around the world to study from various shamanic cultures, provides shamanic healing, teaches shamanism courses, as well as leads rituals.
Li Chun is fully trained in both Shipibo and Mestizo Ayahuasca lineages. She has studied with Mestizo shamans Christina Mendoza and Herbert Quinteros from Peru, and Shipibo Canibo shamans Antonio Vasquez and Metsa Oka, among others. She has a deep understanding of the use of plant medicine, including the use of Acacia Confusa, a local Taiwanese plant (ayahuasca analog) in her work.
She has been teaching both plant-assisted and non-plant-assisted shamanic workshops for over a decade and has traveled the world to facilitate Acacia ceremonies since 2012. She draws on core shamanism teachings to develop unique shamanic world experiences.
Li Chun’s experiences working with plant medicine have also guided her creative pursuits, leading her to become a contemporary artist. She has been invited to give lectures on shamanism at galleries in China and Taiwan. She has spoken on ayahuasca training at the Ayahuasca—Kosmik Journey VR show by Jan Kounen in Taiwan. Her collaborative artwork has been exhibited at the Gwangju Biennale (2021) in Korea, ICA Shanghai, and around the globe.
Li-Chun has maintained a deep connection to and studied plant spirits intensely. She is familiar with the relationships between sexual energy, the sacred feminine force, shamanism, and magic. Believing in the non-duality of body and earth (身土不二, literally: “body soil no two,” which means that the body’s present condition is the result of its environment), she continuously refines approaches of touching another person’s soul through the five senses and consciousness expansion. Her passion for exploring the intersection of shamanism, occult and contemporary art has earned her a reputation as a visionary in her field.
Under the guidance of Israeli and British occultists, she has received initiation into a magical group. She is also skilled in traditional Chinese tea ceremonies and Japanese Butoh.
師承秘魯Mestizo 薩滿Christina Mendoza, Herbert Quinteros，Shipibo canibo薩滿Antonio Vasquez, Metsa Oka等人，