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The Seventh Shrine: Meditations on the African Spiritual Journey: From the Middle Passage to the Mountaintop Paperback – May 1, 2017

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“I am not even all the way through this book and already I feel an embedded sense of protection/isolation loosen its grip. Orland's journey is an opening to the promise of initiation through living our relatedness to others across species, gender, race and class.”

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Orland Bishop is the founder and director of ShadeTree Multicultural Foundation in Los Angeles, where he has pioneered approaches to urban truces and mentoring at-risk youth that combine new ideas with traditional ways of knowledge. ShadeTree serves as an intentional community of mentors, elders, teachers, artists, healers, and advocates for the healthy development of children and youth. Orland’s work in healing and human development is framed by an extensive study of medicine, naturopathy, psychology, and Indigenous cosmologies, primarily those of South and West Africa.


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