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Native Healer: Initiation into an Ancient Art
Medicine Grizzlybear Lake

How can native healers work with modern doctors? How do traditional peoples prepare for a vision quest? A fascinating glimpse into the world of Native American religions, written by a professor of Native American Studies, himself a native healer and shaman, who has trained with sixteen different traditional tribal ceremonial leaders. The author describes the rigorous training involved in becoming a Native American healer, traditional healing methods and beliefs, and includes step-by-step instructions to construct and use a sweat lodge.

Softcover, 199 pp.
# 00382A $13.00

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