Voices of Earth and Sky: Vision Search of the Native Americans
-- The Vision Life of the Native Americans by Vinson Brown. The purpose of the vision search is not only to find a vision, but to find in it help for yourself to lead a better life. Several chapters tell of past great Sacred Beings, chiefs, and medicine men; others tell how they prepared for the vision search, the preliminary ceremonies for purification, the quest, and how visions were interpreted.
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