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by Bradford Keeney,Kern L. Nickerson

Free eBook Walking Thunder: Diné Medicine Woman (Profiles in Healing series) download ISBN: 0918172322
Author: Bradford Keeney,Kern L. Nickerson
Publisher: Leete's Island Books (April 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 175
Category: Religion
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality
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A traditional Diné (Navajo) medicine woman, Walking Thunder, tells her life story and describes her healing methods .

A traditional Diné (Navajo) medicine woman, Walking Thunder, tells her life story and describes her healing methods using native plants. Series: Profiles in Healing series. Paperback: 175 pages. Publisher: Leete's Island Books (April 1, 2001).

Photographs illustrate the ceremonies and ritual practices and the accompanying CD features traditional Din storytelling as well as sacred songs to evoke the experience of Walking Thunder's life and healing

Walking Thunder book. Walking Thunder: Dine Medicine Woman (Profiles in Healing series). 0918172322 (ISBN13: 9780918172327).

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He has conducted some of the most extensive field studies of healing and shamanism, and is recognized in cultures worldwide as an elder shaman. Keeney is the founder of Life Force Theatre and Shamanic Conversation. His many books include the psychotherapy classic Aesthetics of Change and, more recently, Shaking Medicine.

Bradford Keeney, P. Bradford Keeney has served as a professor, founder, and director of clinical doctoral programs in numerous universities. He is the originator of several orientations to psychotherapy including improvisational therapy, resource focused therapy, and creative therapy.

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A revolutionary call to reawaken our bodies and minds to powerful healing through ecstatic movement - Shows how shaking medicine is one of the oldest healing by Quakers, Shakers, Bushmen, Japanese, and others - Teaches readers how to shake for physical as well as spiritual therapeutic benefit - Includes 40-minute CD of ecstatic drumming music to use while shaking Shaking Medicine. Reintroduces the oldest medicine on earth-the ecstatic shaking of the human body.

Items related to Walking Thunder: Dine Medicine Woman. Each book stands alone, but provides a whole larger than the sum of the parts. Walking Thunder: Dine Medicine Woman. ISBN 13: 9780980054361. Milton Erickson Foundation Newsletter.

Shaking Medicine reintroduces the oldest medicine on earth-the ecstatic shaking of the human body. Keeney investigates the full spectrum of the healing cycle that occurs when moving from ecstatic arousal to deep trance relaxation. Most people’s worst fear is losing control-of their circumstances, of their emotions, and especially of their bodies. He explains how the alternating movement produced while shaking brings all the body’s energetic systems into balance.

A traditional Diné (Navajo) medicine woman, Walking Thunder, tells her life story and describes her healing methods using native plants, sand paintings, and other medicinal ways in this first-person account. As a practitioner of the peyote ceremony, she shares her indigenous understanding of the world of spirits evoked by this botanical sacrament. Photographs illustrate the ceremonies and ritual practices and the accompanying CD features traditional Diné storytelling as well as sacred songs to evoke the experience of Walking Thunder's life and healing. Includes audio CD.
User reviews
Reighbyra
Inspirational and Intellectually interesting.. I needed information on Navajo Medicine Women.. and this was IT!
Winenama
It was a short synopsis of her beginnings and through out her life as a medicine woman. The book leaves you wanting to know more about Walking
Thunder and the Navajo traditions,and the teachings of the Shamans. It has some native pictures of earlier shamans that are great.
Thundershaper
The Profiles of Healing series is one of my favorites. My husband and I had the honor of attending a Walking Thunder sandpainting demonstration. I am in awe of her presence, her stories, and her sense of humor. I listen to the CD often, finding comfort by the sound of Walking Thunder's voice. What a joy that she has chosen to share her story with us. With respect and appreciation I write this "review."
Yllk
Walking Thunder immerses herself as a healer and delights in being human. Her rich heritage, generous heart and possessing a full understanding that she is the vessel the holy ones work through, makes this an "enriching read." Written wisdom is not the same as shared lived wisdom. She shares many lessons from her teachers and her abundant respect of Mother Earth is humbling. Less you think all medicine people are humorless, her laughter and pranks can be heard throughout the book. Walking Thunder is respectful of her culture, elders, family, friends, and Mother Earth. You can experience this from her voice on the compact disc that is included with the book. For those who want to further their appreciation of medicine work, while deepening their understanding of The People, this is the book for you.
Jogrnd
This amazing woman has shown much of what is denied to most outsiders. Her information helped me understand many traditions that I have been wondering about.
She explains the whys of traditions. I found myself reading her words aloud with a Navajo accent as I became engrosed in this book. Her pictoral history of the last century of Dine gives us a look into the real lives of the people.