[Epub] ↠ The Wind Is My Mother Author Bear Heart – Varunahuja.live

[Epub] ↠ The Wind Is My Mother  Author Bear Heart – Varunahuja.live
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Wind Is My Mother
  • Bear Heart
  • English
  • 04 August 2019
  • 0425161609

The Wind Is My Mother With Eloquent Simplicity, One Of The World S Last Native American Medicine Men Demonstrates How Traditional Tribal Wisdom Can Help Us Maintain Spiritual And Physical Health In Today S World


About the Author: Bear Heart

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Wind Is My Mother book, this is one of the most wanted Bear Heart author readers around the world.


10 thoughts on “The Wind Is My Mother

  1. says:

    Bear Heart is one of the last traditional medicine men of the Muskogee Creek tribe He and author, Molly Larkin, want to share his sacred knowledge, which bridges ancient practices and modern psychology With humility and non judgment, Bear Heart describes his upbringing, which begins with brief references to The Trail of Tears, and his predecessors unthinkable abuses at the hands of white men As we follow his upbringing, we learn about his tribe s beliefs We watch as he is called and trained Bear Heart is one of the last traditional medicine men of the Muskogee Creek tribe He and author, Molly Larkin, want to share his sacred knowledge, which bridges ancient practices and modern psychology With humility and non judgment, Bear Heart describes his upbringing, which begins with brief references to The Trail of Tears, and his predecessors unthinkable abuses at the hands of white men As we follow his upbringing, we learn about his tribe s beliefs We watch as he is called and trained to be a medicine man, i.e a caretaker of sacred knowledge The parallels between Creek and universal spiritual teachings including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, and other world religions are striking There is only one healer, Bear Heart says, and that s the One who created us He s the only one who can heal The purpose of Bear Heart s story, Molly Larkin states in the Introduction, is to inspire others, to help others find peace and serenity As we follow Bear Heart s life and teachings, we are invited to becomeclosely connected to nature and to the Great Being This book is a beautiful memorial to an awakened soul, Bear Heart I highly recommend it It is a call to re think our values, our purpose, our endless busy ness A reminder that we simply cannot evolve as a race without connecting with nature and the Great Being, nor without learning to practice forgiveness of ourselves and others

  2. says:

    Great book about the life of an Native American Indian who was a Shaman This book is really inspiring on lots of levels Bear Heart explains about his life, the link that the Native Americans had with nature, his learnt wisdom, his love of the Great Spirit , and really is a good source of knowledge and wisdom for all walks of life It is a profound autobiography, and I learnt a lot about understanding towards others, forgiveness, respecting nature and that everything and everyone has a purpo Great book about the life of an Native American Indian who was a Shaman This book is really inspiring on lots of levels Bear Heart explains about his life, the link that the Native Americans had with nature, his learnt wisdom, his love of the Great Spirit , and really is a good source of knowledge and wisdom for all walks of life It is a profound autobiography, and I learnt a lot about understanding towards others, forgiveness, respecting nature and that everything and everyone has a purpose in life we all follow our own directions in life and what we do with our lives is as important as others, no matter their background Bear Heart also suffered loss in his life he lost both his natural son and his adopted son, and his loss made him much the wiser and forgiving I believe it is an important autobiography, not only as a small insight into Native American ways and their beliefs, but also could be used as a method of understanding and respecting nature in our modern society, which Bear Heart believes that we have become so out of tune with today It is really inspiring, so much so that I went back to the first page straight after I finished it to re read It is that powerful

  3. says:

    Being of Native American heritage, this book is full of spiritual information and the way of right living in harmony and balance with nature I am half way through and can hardly put the book down once I get started Can t wait to finish it.

  4. says:

    The cover and premise of this book grabbed me straight away The Wind is My Mother is not a new publication by any means 1998 but does that matter It s a good book and sometimes the truly important and meaningful ones are hard to come by Bear Heart is a Muskogee Creek Indian and Medicine Man, willing to share wisdom and help others to embrace life through his teachings and the ways of the Shaman Even though he descends from the Bear Clan, his name Bear Heart was earned through his cour The cover and premise of this book grabbed me straight away The Wind is My Mother is not a new publication by any means 1998 but does that matter It s a good book and sometimes the truly important and meaningful ones are hard to come by Bear Heart is a Muskogee Creek Indian and Medicine Man, willing to share wisdom and help others to embrace life through his teachings and the ways of the Shaman Even though he descends from the Bear Clan, his name Bear Heart was earned through his courage in confronting a bear, and talking the animal out of attacking him The Wind element comes from his mother descending from the Wind Clan Bear Heart s book is a gentle and peaceful look at his upbringing and humanity as a whole, and is offered to provide inspiration and hope to others through his wisdom Knowing literally nothing about Native Americans, this book opened up a few new paths of knowledge and enlightened me to some of their powerful teachings and cultural beliefs I have to admit that I have never been particularly interested in this cultural society, so I m glad I picked up this book, as it led me to gain a better insight into their ways of living One of the most poignant subjects in this book are the medicine people who, through the centuries, have been endowed with special gifts to heal even the most serious afflictions in others, including both mental and physical ailments I was also not that surprised to learn that tobacco is used as an instrument of prayer and viewed as a sacred plant not inhaled but smoked during some of these ceremonies, communications or chantings with other natural or spiritual beings The Sacred Pipe would be used in ceremonies to communicate with the Great Spirit Bear Heart says If a child had a stomach ache my mother would sing a little chant and thump the child s belly four times and the ache would go away, and for an ear ache there s a chant and a blowing on the ear You see a lot of things that we can t even explain It is interesting to note that his people aren t concerned with knowing how these things work, they are simply taught these methods by their elders, never questioning anything, just accepting it Now for modern society this is all truly bizarre of course Some might call it ancient voodoo based hogwash But is it really What you won t learn in this book is how any of these practices actually work or where they stem from It s much like a telescope, Bear Heart shows you what he has learned and sees, but you still don t really understand it anythan he seems to The story does enfold with a lovely selection of anecdotes passed through the Indian generations, even the small incidents which shaped their world are memorable Some could view this book as a life manual, an insight into achieving some sort of inner peace, letting go of struggle and understanding your place in the universe There are no big revelations as to where we came from and why we are here of course, but what is quite apparent is the acute respect the native American Indians have for all living creatures, and non living objects too The fact that they pray and talk to animals before slaughtering them for food is quite eye opening If you must kill, present an offering, and talk to the animal, explaining I need you for my family Something this book does instil, is a sense of rapport and harmony with our fellow human beings You may read it and start to understand that everything happens for a purpose and of course, we aren t hear to judge others, but to do our best to make things a little better for ourselves and for the world.Whatever religion, culture, belief people have is one thing, but we are all part of the same system, we eat the same food, inhale the same air and generally want the same things, love, security and survival So Bear Heart s teachings revolve around all these issues with humility and great insight.I d definitely recommend this book to anyone who might be interested in the native American beliefs and even if you don t, you will come away understanding a littleabout others, yourself and your place in the universe

  5. says:

    In The Wind Is My Mother The Life and Teachings of a Native American Shaman, Bear Heart shares some remarkable anecdotes to reveal incredible wisdom and experience for the reader.Upon reading the last sentence, I felt as though I d just walked away from life changing philosophical teachings of a great master.It helps that in reading this book, the reader quickly identifies Bear Heart as a loveable man who has the respect of his audience, whoever they may be.

  6. says:

    I loved this book It was a beautiful explanation of Native American beliefs that really explained how much we are all alike and how the Great Spirit guides all of us I will someday re read this book.

  7. says:

    I will absolutely NOT swap this book because I refer back to it over and over again It is absolutely amazing and I HIGHLY recommend it for everyone It is written by a Native American Shaman who is so full of wisdom.PLEASE read

  8. says:

    Grande spiritualit di un uomo di medicina.

  9. says:

    This book contains a lot of knowledge and insights to how the Native American, the Creeks specifically, held themselves in their society It all states how much need for humanity there needs to be, and it was refreshing to read Bear Heart speaks so much truth, and I enjoyed every minute of it.

  10. says:

    Sp ndende og dybsindig bog med mange anvendelige anekdoter Kan klart anbefales til alle der har en interesse i the native americans Den indianske shaman Bear Heart har mange sp ndende synspunkter og bogen giver en forst else af det at v re medicinmand F rste halvdel af bogen er dog langt mere sp ndende og interessant end sidste halvdel derfor kun 4 ud af 5 stjerner Sidste halvdel af bogen har en uheldig tendens til at tage kraftigt parti i forhold til stoffet peyote i mods tning til Sp ndende og dybsindig bog med mange anvendelige anekdoter Kan klart anbefales til alle der har en interesse i the native americans Den indianske shaman Bear Heart har mange sp ndende synspunkter og bogen giver en forst else af det at v re medicinmand F rste halvdel af bogen er dog langt mere sp ndende og interessant end sidste halvdel derfor kun 4 ud af 5 stjerner Sidste halvdel af bogen har en uheldig tendens til at tage kraftigt parti i forhold til stoffet peyote i mods tning til f rste halvdel der forholder sig meget objektivt og taknemmelig til alt

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