Anyone who enjoys the work of Carlos Castaneda will appreciate Merilyn Tunneshende’s book.
Merilyn’s Tunneshende has spent many years studying with the Castaneda’s teacher Don Juan who she calls John Black Crow and with Castaneda himself in Mexico. He prepared her for the extraordinary experiences and training that happened to her in Mexico amongst the descendent of the Mayan.
Later in 1992 she became ill with AIDS. In a series of dreams about the ancient Mayan she realised that she needed to return to Mexico to seek her own healing. The knowledge she gained on this journey is important for all of us in these times.
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Merilyn Tunneshende has a Masters Degree in Spanish and Religion/Philosophy. She has spent many years studying in Mexico. In 1992 Ms Tunneshende was awarded a research grant from the National Endowment for Humanities to study Mayan Culture in MexicoDalla quarta di copertina:
As a young woman, Merilyn Tunneshende met an elderly Native American man. In time he become her teacher and inspired her to journey to Mexico, to the land of the Mayans. There she came into direct contact with the descendants of the Ancient Mayans, who had a profound effect on her life.
Many years later, in 1992 at the height of her career as a college lecturer, Merilyn became seriously ill with Aids. Through a series of dreams she realised that the only way she was going to find healing was to return to Mexico and undertake the ritual of 'healing dreaming'. Her experiences there have powerful implications for all of us living in the modern world.
"In telling the story of her own healing through ancient energetic practices, Merilyn Tunneshende shows us how to see into the world of the nagual (shamanic healer) … an absolutely gripping story … an honest and timeless book."
BARBARA HAND CLOW, author of 'The Pleiadian Agenda'
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Descrizione libro HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS LTD, 1997. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110722534949