Spirit Circle: A Story of Adventure and Shamanic Revelation

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A story of adventure and shamanic revelation, this fast-paced mystery, is based on ancient legends of the Southwest. Bestselling novelist Lynn V. Andrews ("Medicine Woman") called it "a marvelous story, with all the twists and turns deserving of the deeper spiritual mysteries it unfolds...as enchanting as it is deepening and enlightening."

The Story: Tara Fairfield, an anthropologist at a western university, goes in search of her missing father. The journey takes her into ...

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Overview

A story of adventure and shamanic revelation, this fast-paced mystery, is based on ancient legends of the Southwest. Bestselling novelist Lynn V. Andrews ("Medicine Woman") called it "a marvelous story, with all the twists and turns deserving of the deeper spiritual mysteries it unfolds...as enchanting as it is deepening and enlightening."

The Story: Tara Fairfield, an anthropologist at a western university, goes in search of her missing father. The journey takes her into remote, indigenous sites in New Mexico where mythology and contemporary reality collide. There she is initiated into a shamanic culture of healing and transformation, guided by an ancient prophecy that she must ultimately share with others. Like Tara, readers are brought closer to spiritual meaning and purpose where their own inner world connects them with ancient truths and brings them closer to the natural world.

Award winning book illustrator Angela Werneke compares Spirit Circle to "a Tony Hillerman mystery shape-shifted to spiritual odyssey...with appeal for readers exploring Earth-based spiritual traditions."

While a highly engaging novel, readers will also enjoy the author's epilogue and his discussion of the active role of shamanism in modern life, linking it to events described in the story. Includes easy to apply principles of the ancient "Medicine Wheel" traditions and ways to use this spiritual tool for self-consulting and deepening understanding of our relationships with each other in contemporary life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780965605632
  • Publisher: Tenacity Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/1998
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Meet the Author

Hal Zina Bennett is the bestselling author of more than 30 successful books, both fiction and non-fiction. This is one of five books he has published on shamanism.
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