This story is a fictional tale that closely mirrors true events that have happened in my life; all of my teachers have expressed to me the importance of sharing the skills that I've learned from them. These skills and teachings primarily come from a Native American philosophy and they're not mine to posses or hold secret. My teachers learned it from their teachers, and theThis story is a fictional tale that closely mirrors true events that have happened in my life; all of my teachers have expressed to me the importance of sharing the skills that I've learned from them. These skills and teachings primarily come from a Native American philosophy and they're not mine to posses or hold secret. My teachers learned it from their teachers, and the teachers before them and so on. Each generation passes down these skills with respect and reverence to those they feel guided to teach. I have been guided to share these skills in this way. My way is not new, as elders have passed down lessons to children in their tribes using true and fictional stories, thus empowering the lessons - this is the old tribal way of teaching. It is with great gratitude and honor to be able to share these skills and experiences with you. All I ask is that you treat the things you learn from this book with the utmost respect and reverence. The teachers that ensured these skills' survival went through a lifetime of dedication, impeccability, and selflessness. Welcome to the adventure. Continue the adventure at: www.innercirclepublishing.com or www.blogtalkradio/aware...
|Title||:||Death of an Ordinary Life|
|Number of Pages||:||368 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Death of an Ordinary Life Reviews
Okay so I didn't read this book; I wrote it. And this isn't me tooting my own horn and writing a great review but I did want to offer some background to the book here. Although the story is fictional, it closely mirrors my personal life journey of becoming a Medicine Man and holds many true events or metaphorically true events in my life. During my process of learning about my Amerindian ancestry I haphazardly walked directly in to the path of becoming a Medicine Man. This journey has completely altered my life and is the inspiration behind the title. However, the feedback I do get from those that have read the book have related to the similar struggles in their lives and have walked away from the book with altered paths, deep insights, strengthened relationships, more at peace with death, and grown spirituality. Many readers have found the book so powerful and moving that they've recommended it to Oprah's book list. So if your interested in Native American spirituality and you're looking for an inspiring, insightful, and life altering book I couldn't recommend this book more. You can read the first chapter at the publisher’s website address; http://fairpoint.net/~icpchad/booksde... Enjoy!