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American Indian Ceremonies: A Practical Workbook & Study Guide to the…

by Medicine Hawk

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Walking a medicine path means being truly at one with your environment. If you live in the city, there is no reason you cannot walk the medicine path right where you are. You may take the concepts of the Sacred Pipe and the Medicine Wheel with you anywhere you desire. Medicine Hawk and Grey Cat present a practical and straightforward invitation to join into the fabric of our land and its ancient ways, adapted for today's society. The authors present a contemporary set of instructions, based on native spiritual ways, to help you be one with the environment and our Living Earth. The sacred powers of the land are not dead - nor do they sleep. Through authentic ceremonies we can tread the mystic Medicine Path.
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