Star Woman: We are Made from Stars and to the Stars We Must Return
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Star Woman: We are Made from Stars and to the Stars We Must Return

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Join Lynn Andrews on her personal vision quest as she searches for an ancient knowledge to bridge the gap between the primal mind and white consciousness, guided by a white stallion which she rides into a world of illuminating visions--even to the dark side of her own spirit.
Published January 1st 1986 by Warner Books
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So I like the book so far. It has horses in it. Horses represent the instinctual wild side of woman.
Jan 27, 2009 Deena rated it 1 of 5 stars
Shelves: bleah
I'm really embarressed that I read this. I think it's really brave of me to admit it publicly.
May 20, 2008 Wacky rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people into tha woo or interested in shamanism/animism and some of their applications
Shelves: magick-woo, horses
so when i originally picked up this book 2 years ago i was kinda hungover on a long car ride when i tried to start it... and i remember being quite skeptical about it.. and now that ive finally restarted it and now finished it, i did end up liking it a lot more than i thought i would. it gets kinda cheezy at times, and it gets pretty woo, but not in that annoying newagey yuppie sort of way. there is a lot of wisdom behind what is on the page. cultural appropriation? perhaps. but the disadvantage...more
Andrews wrote a series of books on her experiences with shaman and their associates in the world. Good read, but belief is suspended. Andrews sells artifacts and after each adventure she returns to Beverly Hills or some such high-end society. I was turned off by her willingness to use Native American lore and secret societies to further her own career. I think the shamans have a sense of humor thought in some the spots they put her in.
I bought this book on a Cole's discount table. It was okay, but... too "far out" for me. Will probably try it again. I did buy the next in the series, which says something, although I don't know what.)"
Great writing, great plot in the ongoing drama. I never could figure out if most of the experiences Lynn writes about are fictional or not! Like most writers, I guess, truth is mixed with imagination.
Not my favorite in this series, but still a good read. Lynn shares her spiritual, mystical world in a powerful and entertaining way.
Birgitt Williams
Another exceptional book by Lynn Andrews, an author whose work I love. A great personal journey book.
David Rainey
See my review of Medicine Woman. I think it applies to all of her writings.
I think I want a little old medicine woman. :)
Laura Ellis
typical Lynn Andrews...
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Lynn Andrews is the author of the Medicine Woman Series, which chronicles her three decades of study and work with shaman healers on four continents.
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