For writers with a connection to or interest in Native American, Aboriginal and indigenous peoples' issues from around the world.
Latest Activity: Oct 5, 2012
Started by Early Gardner RN. Last reply by Sezin Koehler Jul 25, 2010.
I have had some wonderful shamanic experiences in the Indian Communities. I would love to write about them.
So what does this group exactly write about? I'm asking because I want to learn more about the NA culture, philosphy and their myths because I really find it interesting and fasnicating
Now through 10 August Goodreads is giving away5 copies of my shamanic memoir, "Gift of the Dreamtime - Awakening to the Divinity of Trauma."
Groundbreaking at the time of its first publication in 2004, still no other modern shamanic work shares an experience of soul healing told from within the shamanic narrative, bringing relatable and credible insight to contemporary soul healing. Moving through childhood trauma to spiritual emergency as a young adult, this rare glimpse into my experiences traversing the spirit world, into my story, becomes your adventure.
"For many of these clients the idea that I'm Pagan is softened by knowing that I'm a shaman, as if that role somehow makes the truth of my spiritual path somehow more approachable."
Pagan Is as Pagan Does
New HuffPo piece: Shamanism - Religion or Neurology?
I am a published author. I write Native American mystery and romance. It is all that I write about. I hope to get to know all of you and I hope you visit my blog and website and join them.
My book Native Spirit was released in Feb.
I hope we get to know one another
Walk in harmony,
Glad I chose this as one of my groups.
I look forward to learning about the Native American cultures.
I have two different tribes in my ancestory.
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