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Native Healer: Initiation Into an Ancient Art

Lake, Medicine Grizzlybear

 A native American shaman/healer presents his autobiography, emphasizing how he was called, initiated, and trained, and how he practices healing. One of his teachers was Rolling Thunder. He also describes the training of woman healers, apprenticeship, power dreams, vision quests, plants as people, native healing and psi, native self-healing practices, and "the native healer in today’s society." In an appendix, he lists spiritual violations, a kind of Native American version of the ten commandments, but more integrated. His wife, Tela Starhawk, also describes her development as a healer/shaman.
Publisher Information:Wheaton, IL: Quest Books, 1991. 1 fig; 13 illus
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