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For the first time, Tom Brown, Jr America s most acclaimed outdoorsman shares the unique meditation exercises used by students of his personal Tracker classes These techniques for finding inner peace and harmony with nature are based on the wisdom of his greatest teacher, a native American called Grandfather Now all of us can learn these spiritual lessons of life through the earth around us and deep within ourselves This book may challenge the very core of your belief systems and shake up your personal philosophy, but that is not my intent What I set forth in this book is meant to enhance and magnify your beliefs Simply, the techniques and skills can be easily integrated into all philosophies, religions, and belief systems After all, Grandfather considered these techniques the common thread that runs through all things Tom Brown, Jr.Awakening Spirits includes advanced methods of relaxation, insight, healing, and communication with nature and spirits Through the dynamic meditation called Sacred Silence, the reader can experience the joys of self discovery and the power of a personal Vision Quest....

Title : Awakening Spirits: A Native American Path to Inner Peace, Healing, and Spiritual Growth (Religion and Spirituality)
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ISBN : 0425141403
ISBN13 : 978-0425141403
Format Type : Paperback
Language : Deutsch
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Number of Pages : 460 Pages
File Size : 996 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Awakening Spirits: A Native American Path to Inner Peace, Healing, and Spiritual Growth (Religion and Spirituality) Reviews

  • DEE ROWLEY
    2019-04-13 06:04

    What this man writes about is what I have been sensing for a while.....trouble is, many might consider it alternative/new age/too much out there. Why are we so scared of anything that goes beyond what we may understand and believe right now. I would have probably tossed it out a couple of years ago, but my search for greater abundance and living of life has kept me seeking beyond my comfort zone, not to mention that of those around me. I have been living in rural Kansas for the last 6 months, with little more than bunnies, birds and mice to entertain me, and I believe this has quiet ended my mental chatter sufficiently for the inner more real/authentic part of me to start emerging and receiving, can't wait for the transmitting part to kick in.

  • shepardess
    2019-04-06 10:09

    I followed "Grandfather" on his quest for spiritual awaking and how he was raised to not trust the white man, with good reason. Also, we are allowed to find out how he overcame many physical problems to raise his spiritual awareness and to "shake off the natural man" so that his spirit eyes could be opened. I wasn't really ready for the wealth of spiritual information which awakened within me as I made my own journey and I was able to find "truth" in my own religion and verify those things which I have already become aware of on my own. This book brought a whole new "truth" to me, which allowed my spirit to soar!

  • David
    2019-04-01 05:56

    After taking a couple of Brown's Philosophy courses, I started spending the "dirt time" to get into the spiritual part of what he teaches. Brown himself told my class that he writes this kind of book to support the Philosophy track courses. Getting out of the box of White Man culture is not so easy, for those who live in their heads. One needs to spend time in Wilderness, or solitude, alone, to let the spirit bubble up into consciousness, no book can substitute for that. Other books I've found help with this subject-

  • Chad Samples
    2019-04-24 08:58

    I'm gonna be blunt...I love this book. I have previously read a few of Tom Brown Jr's field guides, and his writing style is great. Unlike most of his material, this book is about spirituality. I feel that he hits the nail on the head. The meditation methods that he offers really work for me. I would--and have--suggested this material to friends!

  • Nark Twain
    2019-03-24 03:58

    Despite experiencing recurrent choking on the rampant racism, and the purported spiritual ignorance of "white" people (the book being written by a "white" man might explain this twisted view), the original insights and universal truths of Grandfather are available for the reader, and I am thankful to the author for that. It is what I was looking for and it helps.

  • Squirrel
    2019-04-21 09:10

    The books by this author are excellent and I highly recommend it. The practices given in this book are very good, easy to do, and have helped me a lot. I believe that Grandfather, Tom Brown's mentor, is one of the great enlightened souls of our time and I somehow feel close to him and indebted to him. These books are teaching me so much about life, and how to spend time being a part of nature.

  • Nikolai
    2019-04-03 09:56

    Practical application based in an engaging narrative. Kinda changed my life!

  • Kesara
    2019-04-23 05:18

    Loved it