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Little Ed & Golden Bear

by Eligio Stephen Gallegos

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The concept of the community-type living in this book is first of all what captured my eye. In this timeframe where people don't really care any more and children are left to grow up too fast to care for themselves we forget that they are really just passing one phase to another, which is a big step. Although there are a few societies still remaining that see this factor there aren't that many unfortunately.

Otherwise the book was interesting and fascinating to read. It mixes a bit of the spirit animal guides with New Age thoughts of the chakras to the health of an individual. Although presenting a story of respect, growing up and learning it provides the learning to you in an easy-to-understand style as the old man slowly teaches the boy through his talking. And so you watch the boy learn how to deal with life, how to gain knowledge and inner peace.

There is nothing hard to understand at all and for those on a spiritual path it will definitely prick your interest as it reminds you of the Native American spiritual practices. I would truly like to find some more information while I wish I had been part of the experimental group that had been able to do the Wandertime but alas these are different times. ( )
  flamingrosedrakon | Aug 26, 2015 |
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This is an engaging and inspiring novel, a story of the possibilities of childhood, rooted in creativity, belonging and wholeness and of the passageway into adulthood in true relationship with oneself, one's community and the earth.The old woodcarver, Golden Bear, introduces his new apprentice to his power animals. Little Ed is deeply moved by this encounter, and he is changed profoundly through his relationship with his animals and his interactions with his wise old mentor. The book explores the use of deep imagery (chakra animals / Personal Totem Pole Process©) as a central guiding force in the lives of Little Ed and Golden Bear

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