A Hollow Bone: Embracing the Call of Our Ancestral Blood - Living the Transformative Wisdom of our Ancestors

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From the New York Times best-selling author, Anne Wilson Schaef, comes a spiritual guide and everyday manual for living that vitally respects and integrates the life lessons to be garnered from our Native elders. Anne Wilson Schaef shares the richness poured out to her by Native Americans, Aborigines, Africans, Maoris, and others. Wilson Schaef often heard Elders from a wide variety of Native Peoples say, "Our legends tell us that a time will come when our wisdom and way of living will be necessary to save the ...
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Overview


From the New York Times best-selling author, Anne Wilson Schaef, comes a spiritual guide and everyday manual for living that vitally respects and integrates the life lessons to be garnered from our Native elders. Anne Wilson Schaef shares the richness poured out to her by Native Americans, Aborigines, Africans, Maoris, and others. Wilson Schaef often heard Elders from a wide variety of Native Peoples say, "Our legends tell us that a time will come when our wisdom and way of living will be necessary to save the planet, and that time is now." Anyone ready to move from feeling separate to a profound sense of connectedness, from the personal to the global, will find a provocative path in this mind-expanding, stunningly spiritual, yet practical book.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781571783240
  • Publisher: Council Oak Books
  • Publication date: 12/10/2013
  • Pages: 160

Meet the Author


Anne Wilson Schaef has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and an honorary doctorate in Human Letters from Kenyon College in Kenyon, Ohio. After practicing for many years, she left the field of psychology and psychotherapy in 1984. She has developed her own approach to healing the whole person, which comes out of the ancient teachings of her ancestors, which she calls Living in Process. She is internationally respected as a speaker, consultant, and seminar leader.

She has published thirteen books which have been translated in many languages such as Japanese, Chinese, Croatian, German, French, Spanish, Swedish, Italian, Dutch and others. Her books have been best sellers throughout the world and have included a New York Times best seller, a nomination for Best Political Book of the Year, a two million+ bestseller — Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much — among others. In addition to her books, she has written numerous articles and appeared on major radio and television shows throughout the world.

Dr. Schaef is of Irish and Cherokee (Native American) heritage, with a tiny bit of English thrown in to shake things up a bit. She has visited Ireland many times and is very grateful to the land of her ancestors for the gifts it has given her. Dr. Schaef travels extensively, loves traveling by ship, being a gourmet cook, teaching writing, being in nature, and gratefully living each day to its fullest.

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