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Medicine Dream: A Nagual Woman’s Energetic Healing

Tunneshende, Marilyn

 This is an autobiography of young American anthropologist’s Castanedian adventures with the spirits in Mexico where she met two "Don Juans." It reads like fiction or failing that, fantasy. but that is the stuff of many exceptional experiences. Fantasy and dream can open doors to reality that are necessarily closed to our much-vaunted linear thinking. She became involved in past lives that included ancient Mayans and in healing not only herself but in purifying ancient rites and bringing to consciousness transformational energies needed for transforming consciousness which includes the world. The ego-self who tells her story is grounded yet adventurous, both fearful and courageous. There is wisdom here presented in a dramatic form that makes the book a page-turner as well as a mind and heart opener. Take it for what it gives you.
Publisher Information:Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads, 1996
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