Buffalo Woman Comes Singing: The Spirit Song of a Rainbow Medicine Woman

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Ballantine, 1991 - History - 495 pages
"This vibrant book of wonders speaks true and dreams deep. Writng with blazing honesty she tells of her hard-won knowledge of many of the world's spiritual and healing traditions, while hold the Sacred Hoop of Natie Amreicanwisdom. This magnificent teacher becomes for us a new embodiment of White Buffalo Woman."
Jean Houston
BUFFALO WOMAN COMES SINGING explores fascinating uses of traditions like the Medicine Wheel; healing through ritual action; dreamtime; and the moon lodge -- the woman's place of retreat and visioning. These powerful personal tools integrate ancient wisdom with contemporary experience, as Buffalo Woman calls each spiritual warrior to her own true place in the dance of life.

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I really hate to give this such a low rating, but I don't like books that give you "exercises" to do. No matter how well meaning, I just skip over them. I had received her newsletters about 30 years ... Read full review

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Medicine Eagle, raised on a Crow reservation in Montana, here elucidates a procedure of spiritual growth for women complete with exercises and instructions. The core of the process follows Native ... Read full review

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About the author (1991)

Jim Ewing (Nvnehi Awatisgi, in Cherokee) serves as his community's medicine man, sponsors workshops for the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, teaches Karuna Reiki classes, and lectures on shamanism, energy medicine, and Native American spirituality. He is an elder of the Manataka Indian Council of Hot Springs, Arkansas, as well as an enrolled member of the Southern Cherokee Tribe and Associated Bands in Texas and the Bear Clan Medicine Society of Russellville, Arkansas. He has written for "About.com, Awareness," "PlanetLightworker," "Smash!," "Spirit of Ma'at," and "Voice of the New Earth. "He lives in Lena, Mississippi. Brooke Medicine Eagle is an Earth wisdom teacher, visionary, sacred ecologist, Feng Shui practitioner, harmonist, and recording artist. She is the creator of Eagle Song, a series of spiritually-oriented wilderness camps that promote sustainable, ecologically-sound living and the author of "Buffalo Woman Comes Singing," "The Last Ghost Dance, "and "Sacred Plant Medicine.

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