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A Medicine Woman Speaks: An Exploration of Native American Spirituality Paperback – November 21, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
If you are interested in Native Americans, you might as well read, "Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions" by John Lame Deer, along with "Gift of Power" by Archie Lame Deer (Lakota). "Black Elk Speaks" is also good. Also, there is "Mother Earth Spirituality" by Ed McGaa that talks about Lakota religion, and, if you just want to know about ceremonies without all the pompus crap in this book, try, "American Indian Ceremonies" by Medicine Hawk and Grey Cat, which focuses more on Cherokee practices.
approaches the spirit path like a scientist.She claims to be a "medicine
woman" but doesnt show it.
Native American Medicine people dont write books.
She illumined no one
in this book,just gave generalizations that were self evident.
She still calls herself a "medicine woman" giving "psychic" readings
I found this book sadly lacking in real Native understanding.She
falls very short of what it means to be an integrated soul.
I am a sundancer,a pipe carrier,and have spent alot of time with
several REAL medicine people.
She spouts pure drivel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I still have not finished reading the book yet. I have put it aside because it was not speaking to me.Published on May 9, 2013 by Lisa Cunningham
I absolutely love this book! And if anyone is looking into Native American Medicine woman/shaumanism this is the book for you! Read morePublished on May 14, 2012 by Cherie L. Parry
I have no faith in her book nor her word...This lady is no longer in good standing with the Many Nations Tribe.. Read morePublished on September 22, 2011 by Chief Redelk