“This book is the first step to awaken the mind to the existence of another world that offers peace and harmony.”—Gary Bear Heals, Lakota Spiritual Teacher
Follow the Native American Rainbow Path. For centuries, tribal shamans have used these remarkable healing practices to bring spiritual seekers into harmony with the world around them. In keeping with the Native tradition, symbolic stories illustrate the power of these techniques, while detailed guidance helps you change your thought patterns and eliminate mind-cluttering worries and concerns. This frees you to develop contact with your spirit guide; to master the secrets of rock divination, animal-spirit communication, and message reading; and to embark upon a life-altering vision quest to find your higher self.
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Mary Dean Atwood, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and unabashed mystic who has lived primarily in Oklahoma, Arizona, and New Mexico. She combines an eastern/western blend of spiritual knowledge and meditative practices. She began her research into Native American herbs and rituals twenty-five years ago and developed the ability to see into "second physical", and interpret signs of nature. She was privileged to study with anthropologist Michael Harner, Ph.D. and Lakota Medicine Man, Gary Bear Heals. A few years later she began the study of Eastern religions and today meditates using Kriya Yoga which originated in the United States with Pramahansa Yogananda. She still uses Native American practices and is a natural health and "green planet" advocate.From Library Journal:
Atwood has produced a self-help guide to the Native American spiritual growth process. Each chapter opens with a vignette describing a spiritual growth step in the lives of fictional Native American characters, and concludes with instructions to the reader on achieving this stage of development. Readers are given directions on how to discover their own places of power, auras, power animals, healing powers, and other elements of personal spirituality, attainable even if one lives in a modern urban setting. More of a handbook than a story, this title would work well with Jamie Sams and Twyla Nitsch's Other Council Fires Were Here Before Ours ( LJ 10/1/91). Public libraries will find an audience with those adults interested in Native American philosophy and New Age enthusiasts.
- Bruce Alan Hanson, Wayzata East Junior H.S. Lib., Minn.
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Descrizione libro Barnes & Noble, 2004. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0760754799
Descrizione libro Barnes & Noble, 2004. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110760754799