Spirit Medicine: Healing in the Sacred Realms

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Hay House, Incorporated, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 237 pages
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The rediscovery that each one of us can achieve the direct, transformative connection with the sacred realms lies right at the heart of the spiritual reawakening sweeping the Western world—a phenomenon explored by anthropologist Hank Wesselman, Ph.D., in his widely read book The Journey to the Sacred Garden. In Spirit Medicine, Dr. Wesselman is joined by his wife, transpersonal medical practitioner Jill Kuykendall, RPT., to present us with a cross-cultural consideration of illness, healing, and health care from the ancient wisdom of the traditional peoples. Spirit Medicine opens a window into a universal worldview that will help you:

• understand the classic causes of illness—-an essential step in true healing;
• work with the four levels of spiritual healing;
• expand your connections to inner sources of wisdom and power; and
• deepen your contacts with your helping spirits and healing masters.

Spirit Medicine will provide you with the singular key to success that energy medicine by itself lacks. It will also provide you with a perspective derived from the Hawaiian kahuna tradition in which knowledge of the soul cluster, as well as the multileveled nature of reality, forms the foundation. Included is an experiential CD of shamanic drumming and rattling to be used with specific exercises and meditations designed to enhance your healing practice for yourself and others.

Spirit Medicine reconsiders and reworks the time-tested techniques pioneered by the shamans of the indigenous peoples, providing nontribal Westerners with extraordinarily effective insights into healing and problem solving.

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Anthropologist Hank Wesselman, PhD, spent 30 years investigating the origins of humans. Jill Juykendall, PRT, is a physical therapist and transpersonal medicine practitioner.

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