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Native American Stories of the Sacred: Annotated & Explained

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The wisdom from these stories can become a companion on your own spiritual journey.

Native American Stories of the Sacred are intended for more than entertainment: they are teaching tales containing elegantly simple illustrations of time-honored truths. From tales of Creation to "Why?" stories that help explain the natural world around us, these stories highlight the sacred
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Paperback, 204 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Skylight Paths Publishing
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Resmiranda
Jan 07, 2010 Resmiranda rated it it was amazing
For anyone seeking to expand their mystical library, this book is an excellent addition. The author is well-versed in many faiths and draws parallels and connections to the faiths of the First Peoples in easily understood terms. Good for anyone seeking an introduction to scholarly insight of the myths of the First Peoples.
Lewis
Feb 15, 2008 Lewis rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: all who are interested in the truth that Native Americans have to offer.
Recommended to Lewis by: Pat and Jo Pritchard (my adoptive parents)
If you want knowledge, look to science. If you want wisdom, look to myth. Great book.
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Stories from tribes across North America. Each tale comes with numerous points that enhance our understanding of the story and often drawing parallels to other spiritual traditions. Well done.
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