Mother, Heal My Self: An Intergenerational Healing Journey Between Two Worlds
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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ONE A Story of Five Generations
TWO The Meeting of Two Worlds
TH REE A Journey of Birth and Manifestation
FOUR The Power and Beauty
FIVE Indigenous Healing Merges with
SIX The Intergenerational Journey
EPI LOGUE Expressions of Gratitude
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Mother Heal Myself: An Intergenerational Healing Journey Between Two Worlds
JoEllen Goertz Koerner
No preview available - 2012
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