Black Elks Vermächtnis: Ein alter Pfad zu innerer Kraft Auf den Fußspuren eines heiligen Mannes der Lakota

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CCB Publishing, Jul 29, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography
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Als junger Knabe empfing der Oglala Lakota Sioux Black Elk eine mchtige Vision, die ihn auf eine persnliche Reise fhren sollte. Eine Reise, die sein ganzes Leben hindurch andauerte. Obwohl Black Elks Vision als prophetische Botschaft die schreckliche Zukunft seines Volkes enthllte, so enthielt sie doch auch positive Aspekte, die es neu zu entdecken gilt. Frdert man sie zutage, so entdeckt man, dass die Orientierungssignale, die Black Elk empfangen hat, einen uralten Pfad weisen, der in die Bilderwelt des amerikanischen Westens eingewoben ist. Beim Studium von Black Elks Augenzeugenberichten entscheidender Ereignisse jener Zeit entdeckte die Autorin eine Reihe metaphorischer Fuabdrcke, die uns den Weg zu innerer Kraft und einem ausgewogenen Leben weisen - 125 Jahre spter.
Bei der Interpretation von Black Elks Worten sttzt sich die Autorin auf die profunden Kenntnisse von Joseph Campbell, einem der weltweit fhrenden Fachleute auf dem Gebiet gesellschaftlicher Denkweisen. Dank seiner Einsicht in Symbole und Bilder konnte Campbell die metaphorischen Spuren lesen und uns eine dem 21. Jahrhundert angepasste Deutung liefern, von der man vor ihm nur hatte trumen knnen.
Dieses Buch wirft eine neues Licht auf Black Elks Spuren. Und gesttzt auf Jospeh Campbells Erkenntnisse, weist es einen Pfad nach innen: zu positiven Krften, die in jedem von uns schlummern und nur darauf warten, entdeckt zu werden.

About the Author:
Linda L. Stampoulos lives in New Jersey, and often travels to the West to research material her books. After completing her Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees at Montclair State University, she went on to Columbia University, to earn her Doctorate in Education. She has taught at both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels in the Schools of Health Foundations and Educational Foundations at Montclair State University. A large portion of her curriculum included the works of Joseph Campbell. She is President of Pompano Associates, Inc. a Women s Business Enterprise, certified by the State of New Jersey Department of Commerce. They can be found at: www.Pompanobooks.com
Her last book, "Images of America: Visiting the Grand Canyon, Views of Early Tourism" was listed among the Southwest Books of the Year, Best Reading 2004. In addition, she has previously worked with Arcadia Publishing on several projects, including "Fort Peck Indian Reservation; The Little Bighorn, Tiospaye; "and" The Grand Canyon: Native People and Early Visitors." She is a consultant for Lenape tribal members who are writing a new book exploring the history of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In addition, she has devoted over twenty-five years to work in the field of Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services.

 

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Contents

Finde deinen heiligen Ort
1
Ziehe deinen heiligen Ring
18
Benenne deine Helden und deine Dämonen
39
Finde deinen Mittelpunkt
57
Nähre den heiligen Baum
74
Gehe den roten Pfad
95
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Linda L. Stampoulos lives in New Jersey, and often travels to the West to research material her books. After completing her Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees at Montclair State University, she went on to Columbia University, to earn her Doctorate in Education. She has taught at both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels in the Schools of Health Foundations and Educational Foundations at Montclair State University. A large portion of her curriculum included the works of Joseph Campbell. She is President of Pompano Associates, Inc. a Women s Business Enterprise, certified by the State of New Jersey Department of Commerce. They can be found at: www.Pompanobooks.com Her last book, Images of America: Visiting the Grand Canyon, Views of Early Tourism was listed among the Southwest Books of the Year, Best Reading 2004. In addition, she has previously worked with Arcadia Publishing on several projects, including Fort Peck Indian Reservation; The Little Bighorn, Tiospaye; and The Grand Canyon: Native People and Early Visitors. She is a consultant for Lenape tribal members who are writing a new book exploring the history of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In addition, she has devoted over twenty-five years to work in the field of Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services.

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