Mother, Heal My Self: An Intergenerational Healing Journey Between Two Worlds

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Crestport Press, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 211 pages
A stirring true-life story of how the daughter of a revered nurse leader was saved by a Lakota Sioux. It probes the meaning of being a healer and being healed, of being a mother, and how spiritual issues are passed from one generation to the next.
 

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Contents

ONE A Story of Five Generations
1
TWO The Meeting of Two Worlds
31
TH REE A Journey of Birth and Manifestation
65
FOUR The Power and Beauty
101
FIVE Indigenous Healing Merges with
121
SIX The Intergenerational Journey
143
EPI LOGUE Expressions of Gratitude
181
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JoEllen Koerner, PhD, RN, FAAN, is past president of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and an originating member of the Center for Nursing Leadership. Her professional background is filled with a variety of experiences from healthcare administration and education to regulation in many diverse healthcare settings. Dr. Koerner is co-founder of the Healing Web, a collaborative education-service model that facilitates service learning in the community, and a Principal of Makoce: Whole Earth Health, an interdisciplinary, transcultural-healing community focused on integration of body, mind, spirit and environment. She is a nationally recognized speaker for nursing and strong advocate for facilitating the self-care management strategies of people towards their own health and well-being.

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