Wolf Moondance - Sacred Voices
AudioBook | 2002 | Genre: Self-Help | English | ISBN-13: N/A | MP3 128Kb | 402.44 MB
In Sacred Voices: Native American Teachings from the Council of Protected Words, you’ll discover a more peaceful, meaningful way of life and develop a powerful sense of self-worth by being taken into a world you never knew existed. At one time, this world brought all people together to develop a spiritual sense of self and community that everyone could benefit from.
In this program, Wolf Moondance will take you within yourself through ancient meditations and ceremonies. She’ll take you on a journey of self-discovery that has promoted spiritual growth for hundreds of years. Meditation, prayer, music and journal keeping, along with special words of prayer and power, will help you find your path, add direction to your life, open your mind and spirit, balance your emotions, get in touch with your body and explore your creativity through the ceremonies of growth, truth, wisdom, impeccability, and the sacred quest for the whole self.
Everyday perceptions will take on new meaning as you discover the Native American understandings and the spiritual qualities and powers of colors, animals, plants, minerals, insects, celestial bodies and the environment.
Bring the Power of Native American Spirituality into Your Daily Life.
Each session features a story, a ceremony, prayer and a vision to help you become more deeply in touch with the “dance of life” and takes you into the world of spirit, where you are both physical and spiritual, a person who stands on the earth and hears the song of the wind.
In sessions like The Grandparents Speak, Understanding the Wolf’s Eyes: Your Search for Truth, Everything’s a Ceremony and many other lessons, you will experience choice and change that will bring you opportunity, protection, dreamtime and transformation.
Let Wolf Moondance show you how to live the best life possible! Join her on this spiritual journey to wholeness. May spirit fill you as you follow the good red road. - Courtesy Nightingale Conant