Kindling the Native Spirit reveals secrets to enhance your connection to the mysterious forces around you. It's a mystic map that guides the way for you to follow in the footsteps of the wise ones who have gone before you. And in a deeper way, it ignites the majestic native soul that dwells within you, which in turn re-establishes your relationship to the sacred whole.
Denise Linn, a member of the Cherokee Nation, has gleaned wisdom from tribal traditions around the world, including the Zulu in Africa, the Maori in New Zealand, the Aborigines of Australia, and various Native American tribes in North America, along with other indigenous cultures. In this groundbreaking book, she shares specific methods to open gateways to mystical encounters and the knowledge that enables you to activate ancient healing practices in your present-day life.
You'll learn how to discover your true name, determine your animal ally, embark on sacred spirit journeys, and experience vision quests. In addition, there are step-by-step instructions on how to make a rattle, dream catcher, spirit stick, prayer feather, and your own medicine bag. Denise also shares little-known methods to shape-shift; tap into your ability to 'call' animals, plants, and spirit; invite the power of guardians of the four directions; gain protection from your ancestors; spend time with the 'little people'; utilize the power of 'earthing' to bring wholeness . . . and much more.
Ignite your native spirit within, and enter a wondrous realm of profound visionary experiences!
About the Author
Denise Linn is a member of the Cherokee Nation and the best-selling, award-winning author of 18 books, including Sacred Space and Soul Coaching. She is an international lecturer, a healer, and a radio talk-show host. She is the founder of the International Institute of Soul Coaching, a professional certification course, as well as the founder of Interior Alignment(r). Denise s books have been translated into 29 languages, and she holds seminars on six continents.
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