Alternative pathways to healing: the recovery medicine wheel
The North American Indian medicine wheel has long been regarded as a powerful healing tool. This book, with its unique approach to recovers, explains the concept of the medicine wheel--how to live in harmony with oneself, with others and with the earth. It also shows how to use the Recovery Medicine Wheel in a personal journey to recovery.
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Walking The Steps
The Optimal Recovery Wheel
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