Gabrielle Roth


Born
in San Francisco, California, The United States
February 04, 1941

Died
October 22, 2012

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Gabrielle Roth was a musician, author, music director, dancer, philosopher and recording artist in the world music and trance dance genres, with a special interest in shamanism.

Average rating: 4.19 · 673 ratings · 49 reviews · 16 distinct worksSimilar authors
Sweat Your Prayers

4.15 avg rating — 274 ratings — published 1997 — 6 editions
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Maps to Ecstasy

4.26 avg rating — 276 ratings — published 1989 — 14 editions
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Connections

4.19 avg rating — 54 ratings — published 2004 — 2 editions
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Connections: The Threads of...

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The Power Wave: A High-Velo...

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Ecstatic Dance

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The Inner Wave

4.25 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2001 — 2 editions
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Veze - niti naše intuitivne...

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Totem. Gelebter Schamanismus

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Os Ritmos da Alma: o movime...

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“In many shamanic societies, if you came to a medicine person complaining of being disheartened, dispirited, or depressed, they would ask one of four questions: "When did you stop dancing? When did you stop singing? When did you stop being enchanted by stories? When did you stop being comforted by the sweet territory of silence?”
Gabrielle Roth

“If you just set people in motion they'll heal themselves.”
gabrielle roth, Maps to Ecstasy

“Compassion is a chameleon: it can wear the face of fear, anger, sadness, joy or even dispassion, depending on what's needed at the time. The compassionate Buddha has a smile in one eye and a tear in the other, and our Buddha mission is to lead people to true freedom, not to hold their hand and tell them that everything is going to be all right. In teaching, compassion means doing whatever needs to be done to get to the next phase.”
Gabrielle Roth, Maps to Ecstasy

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