Medicine Cards: The Discovery of Power Through the Ways of Animals

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Macmillan, Jul 30, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 256 pages
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Discover the tool that millions of people worldwide are using for guidance, inspiration, and help in finding answers to life's questions. now, revised and expanded to include eight additional cards, this unique and powerful divination system draws upon ancient wisdom and tradition to teach the healing medicine of animals. Medicine Cards and found its way into the hearts and hands of many, guiding the way to healing the body, emotions, mind, and spirit, and providing insight into and understand of one's unique purpose in life.

 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
10
The Healing Powers of the Animal Medicines
16
The Medicine Shield
23
The Medicine Card Spreads
34
Eagle
41
Elk
49
Bear
57
Skunk
65
Badger 153
152
Rabbit
157
Turkey
161
Ant
165
Weasel
169
Grouse
173
Horse
177
Lizard
181

Butterfly
73
Moose
81
Coyote
89
Wolf
97
Mountain Lion
105
Lynx
109
Buffalo
113
Mouse
117
Owl
121
Beaver
124
Opossum
129
Crow
133
Fox
137
Squirrel
141
Dragonfly
145
Armadillo
149
Antelope
185
Frog
189
Swan
193
Dolphin
197
Whale
201
Bat
205
Spider
209
Hummingbird
213
Blue Heron
217
Raccoon
221
Prairie Dog
225
Wild Boar
229
Salmon
233
Jaguar
241
About the Authors
254
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About the author (1999)

Jamie Sams is of Iroquois and Cherokee descent. She is a medicine teacher and author of numerous books, including Sacred Path Cards (HarperSanFrancisco, 1990.) David Carson is of Choctaw descent. They both live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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