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Native American Healing Meditations: Guided…

Native American Healing Meditations: Guided Practices to Invoke the Spirit…

by Lewis Mehl-Madrona

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One half because I do not like his voice or narration: his voice is too purposely "soft"... as if I'm being spoken to in a manner that is falsely comforting and the manner of narration, he breaks/pauses in the midst of a sentence as if in writing he were using too many commas. He sounds forced and unnatural.

The man comes from Lakota (father), Trail of Tears (mother) & european heritage. He has spent time (since the 70's) w/ Native Elders learning about the Spiritual aspects of healing & psychology. He speaks about healing from the point of view of our "stories".

There are two discs each comprised of several parts.

Disc One: Introduction; Everything's a story; Circle and community; Our many selves; Four Directions song; Guided practice (Anywhere prayer); The world is a magical place; Guided practice (Finding your Spirit guide); and Guided practice (Heroic journey).

Disc Two: Introduction; Dialogue w/ the spirit of illness; Guided practice (Traveling tot the future); and The story of bluebird and coyote.

I'm sure I would have preferred to have read this, or been in his presence in order to learn more of what he has to teach. ( )
  Auntie-Nanuuq | Jan 18, 2016 |
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Western medicine often sees healthcare as a battle against a disease or injury. Healers from the Native American tradition believe thattrue healing comes through dialogue, in which we open ourselves to the wisdom our afflictions have to offer. Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona guides listeners through practices to communicate with the spirit behind an injury or disease, invoke the wisdom of our ancestors for healing, and more.… (more)

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