The Moon in the Well: Wisdom Tales to Transform Your Life, Family, and Community

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Open Court, 2001 - Fiction - 267 pages
The Moon in the Well is a collection of 65 tales, organized geographically, followed by interpretive comments, suggested uses, and true-life examples of what can happen when a nourishing story is taken to heart. Erica Meade's musings and suggestions are intended to pique readers' interest in story and guide them in weaving wisdom tales into their own everyday dialogues. An index at the end of the book lists hundreds of themes that hold psychological, social, and environmental messages pertinent to our times.

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About the author (2001)

Meade is a professional storyteller, a published poet, and a therapist who teaches the art of healing stories to other therapists. She is an archetypal therapist in private practice in Seattle.

Freelance travel writer David Abram was born and raised in south Wales and the Mendip Hills of Somerset. An anthropologist, David currently lives and works in Bristol, UK. His first foray into the Corsican mountains was in 1986. Since then, he's walked extensively in the Himalayas, Europe, and North America but still regards Corsica as a benchmark trekking destination. He is also the author of two "Rough Guide "books.

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