Black Smoke is a wonderful, beautifully written story . . . a true adventure told in a style that rivals the best of novels. This first-person account by an extraordinary woman of her inner and outer journey through darkness into light is a must read for anyone interested in healing. The New York Times best-selling author of Shapeshifting, Spirit of the Shuar and Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, this book will thrill and support all readers traveling--or wishing to travel themselves--into the unknown and the mystery of the human spirit.
This redemption story of Native American healer Bobby Lake-Thom invites the reader to enter a world of authentic indigenous traditions and ceremonies. Bobby, also known as Medicine Grizzly Bear, didn't recognize his shamanic calling at first. He didn't know that his vivid dreams, psychic abilities, and visitations by wild animals and ghostly figures were calls from the Great Spirit.
In this era of government gridlock, economic and ecological devastation, and seemingly intractable global violence, our future is ever more ripe for -- and in need of -- fresh, creative re-imagining. With her clear-eyed, inspiring, and sweeping vision of a possible global renaissance in the new millennium, Barbara Marx Hubbard shows us that our current crises are not the precursors of an apocalypse but the natural birth pains of an awakened, universal humanity. This is our finest hour. Conscious Evolution highlights the tremendous potential of new found scientific knowledge, technological advances, and compassionate spirituality and illustrates the opportunities that each of us has to fully participate in this exciting stage of human history. As we do, we will bring forth all that is within us and not only save ourselves, but evolve our world.
A powerful call to integrate the seen and unseen forces in life, "Dancing the Dream" shows how to create an enormous shift in personal relationships with the Earth, loved ones, and the spiritual self. Line drawings.
Karrie Baxley takes readers on a fascinating intimate journey into her personal encounters with the honeybee. She explores their world with the courage and curiosity of a shaman and adventurer who is attuned to both environmental realities (we learn that the honeybee is in danger of disappearing) and the spiritual aspects of nature. Her artist's eye and appreciation for the honeybee's role in mythology and goddess lore add depth and wisdom to this multi-faceted work.
Stepping beyond the shape of a footprint and into the unseen story of the track, veteran wilderness guide Tamarack Song takes you inside the eyes and mind of an intuitive tracker, with intimate stories where Frogs show the way out of the woods, scat reveals life histories, and Bears demonstrate how to find missing people.
Non-Indian theologian and editor Nerburn attempts to bridge the gap between the world into which I had been born and the world of a people I had grown to know and love by narrating the fascinating toils and truths of Dan, a 78-year-old Lakota man.
Nothing in This Book Is True, But It's Exactly How Things Are is an account of humankindﾒs function within the grand celestial battle between internal and external knowledge. Author Bob Frissell gives a compelling account of our planetary ascent into higher consciousness, presenting a big-screen view of the Earth through the experience of the Ascended Masters, Thoth, Babaji, and Drunvalo Melchizedek.
From the Introduction: What follows in this book is one person's attempt to describe and work with the indefinable, namely creative infinity. You might call this God, the Universe, universal intelligence, Great Spirit, or any number of things. Or you might call it nothing at all. I propose that all of these approaches are valid, including my own. I propose that the creative infinity works through all of us all the time, and to encourage it as much as we can.