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Ted Andrews provides a valuable resource for those wishing to explore animal totems, reading signs in nature revealing the hidden, mythical and realistic roles of 45 animals, 60 birds, 8 insects and 6 reptiles. Enjoy the author's own animal encounter as he works in the Animal Rehabilitation Program.$19.95

Through the Eye of the Feather

Gail Tuchman brings the wisdom of six different tribes as the personal vision and symbolism of the feather is illustrated by teachings from the Apache, Cherokee, Crow, Navajo, Lakota Sioux and Algonquian elders. The photographs of dancing and feathers, power objects are exquisite! $19.95

The Reluctant Shaman

Kay Cordell Whitaker relates this captivating true life story that traces the journey of a modern woman as she is initiated into an age-old spiritual tradition. Kay learns to integrate her "real life" and her new knowledge, finding balance and harmony she was destined to know and impart as a shaman. $10.00

Fools Crow , Wisdom and Power

Thomas E. Mails, author of ten books on Native American history and culture, writes the biography of Frank Fools Crow, Ceremonial Chief of the Teton Sioux, thought by many to be the greatest Holy person of the last hundred years. Nephew of Black Elk, and a disciplined, gentle, spiritual and political leader, Fools Crow died in 1989 at the age of 99. $16.95

The Shaman's Body

Arnold Mindell leads us through a shamanic "death walk", through our worst fears and deepest crisis to wake our inner shaman - our dreaming body. We find methods for uncovering our own inner sorcery, enabling us to become whole from within, while avoiding unrealistic dreams and goals that limit our lives. $12.00

Dance of Power, A Shamanic Journey

Dr. Susan Gregg's journey with Mexican-Indian Shaman Miguel, details her journey into the realm of the Nagual, describing her transformational experiences, her travel to other realms, and initiations by fire and by water. $12.95

The World Is As You Dream It

John Perkins introduces us to shamans from the Andes of Equador who practice an ancient art of dream-change. Now these shamans are using their wisdom and power to cure the illness created by the industrial world's dream of dominating and molding nature. Proceeds from this book are donated to Earth Dream Alliance to purchase and conserve forest on behalf of indigenous people. $10.95

I Become Part of It

D.M. Dooling and Paul Jordan-Smith have compiled a series of essays about Native American spiritual tradition, complemented by relevant, retold, or preserved Native American tales. $16.00

The Way of the Shaman

The classic by Michael Harner pioneered the modern shamanic renaissance. It is the foremost resource and reference on shamanism. $14.00

The 13 Original Clan Mothers

Jamie Sams represents each of the Clan Mothers in stunning full color shields that present a teaching related to the cycles of the moon and special totems. $18.00


Tom Brown, Jr. - America's most acclaimed outdoorsman - tells the life story of his greatest spiritual teacher. Grandfather was an anachronism, truly one of the ancients, part man, part animal, and almost entirely spirit. $12.00

Urban Shaman

Serge Kahili King's beautiful and useful book reveals profound teachings about our relationship with the natural world and the universe. His traditional Hawaiian approach focuses on creating something beautiful from interaction with the natural world. $12.00

Native Wisdom

Although the words in this book by Joseph Bruchac represent some of the most powerful words of wisdom offered by Native peoples of North America, this book must be seen as no more than what it is - a part of a much greater whole. The circle outside this book, the natural world and the words of the elders, is a much greater circle, and though shaken by the careless of the modern world, it goes on unbroken. A book of such wisdom could have been put together from any one nation, but the author has chosen to draw from many tribes to give a diversity and the common themes in Native American wisdom, a wisdom he firmly believes is greatly needed today - by all human beings. Joseph Bruchac is a Native American author and editor of the acclaimed "Keepers if the Earth" series. $11.00

The Soul Would Have No Rainbow if the Eyes Had No Tears

This book of Native American proverbs by Guy A. Zona contains sayings of time-honored truth and contemporary wisdom from the Native American tribes such as: Why will you take by force what you may obtain by love? - We will be known forever by the tracks we leave. - He who serves his fellows is the greatest of all. - If a man is as wise as a serpent, he can be as gentle as a dove. - The life of a man is a circle from childhood to childhood, and so it is in everything where power moves. - A sin against a neighbor is an offense against the Great Spirit. $10.00

Sacred Sage

Sacred Sage was written by Windy Whiteman to honor the Spirit of the sagebrush which was introduced to me during my first walkabout in August 1988. It took me to Taoism New Mexico and into the Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ) Mountains. There the author found herself harvesting sage, this little booklet is the story of her interaction with the spirit of the sage. Although a very small booklet, it very thoroughly covers the uses of the sagebrush plant, beliefs held by the Native peoples. and her personal journey to healing through the plant. $4.50

Native Wisdom for White Minds

Best-selling author of "Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much", Anne Wilson Schaeff relates in this book a wonderful collection of daily reflections inspired by the Native Peoples of the World. You don’t have to be white to have a white mind, the back cover says. What is a white mind? As Anne Wilson Schaef learned during her travels throughout the world among Native Peoples, anyone raised in modern Western society or by Western culture can have a white mind. White minds are see nature as a force to be tamed and people as objects to be controlled with no regard for the future. Anyone ready to move from feeling separate to a profound sense of connectedness, from the personal to the global, will find this a deeply spiritual book. $10.00

The Sacred Buffalo

The Sacred Buffalo is the culmination of a seven-year vision quest by James Durham that began shortly after his seven year old son passed out during a sweat lodge ceremony. When Nick, his son, came to, he told of a dream that he had of his father and a magnificent buffalo discussing something very serious in a strange language. This book takes you on the spiritual journey traveled by the Sacred Buffalo and its creator, chronicled by exquisite photographs and drawings that both record the traditional Lakota ceremonies and express hope for the future of all men and women. $19.95

God Is Red - A Native View of Religion

As America looks toward the 21st century, it is time again to listen to Vine Deloria’s powerful voice telling us about religious life that is not dependent on Christianity but rather reveres the interconnectedness of all things in nature. The first edition of God Is Red published in 1872 was the vanguard in promoting the recognition of sacred places. now two decades later as environmental awareness continues to grow, Vine Deloria, Jr. reminds us to learn that we are a part of nature, not a transcendent species with no responsibility to the natural world. Deloria, a prominent Native American author, scholar, lawyer, and philosopher, has updated this book, his classic work on Native religion, asking new questions about our species and our ultimate fate as we move into a new century. Wilma Mankiller writes, "The flagship book on Native American spirituality remains Vine Deloria’s God Is Red. He does an outstanding job of translating complex spiritual issues into very simple truths." $16.95

Sacred Path Cards

Jamie Sams 44 beautifully illustrated cards, each endowed with a particular meaning and message, may be drawn individually for a daily lesson or laid out in a series of spreads that open up different paths to inner knowledge. Used with accompanying text, which explains the various forms and methods of interpretation and divination, the cards are a powerful tool for enhanced self-awareness and positive change. Ed McGaa author of Mother Earth Spirituality says, "As a Sioux Warrior and practicing traditionalist, I am overwhelmed by the profound spiritual debt and accuracy within the Sacred Path Cards. Jamie Sams has been blessed through her native blood to bring the wisdom forth - this powerful knowledge can be well used as a reference text or a divination system." $36.00

Native American Tarot

Created by Magda Weck Gonzalez, of Shawnee heritage, and illustrated by her husband, J.A. Gonzalez, the cards feature Native American history, symbolism and folklore from a variety of Native American tribes including Apache, Arapaho, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chippewa, Comanche, Hopi, Huron, Inuit, Iroquois, Kiowa, Navaho, Papago, Pima, Pueblo, Shawnee, Sioux, etc. $15.00

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