UNLIMITED KINDLE ☆ Flight of the Seventh Moon - by Lynn V. Andrews

Flight of the Seventh Moon By Lynn V. Andrews,

  • Title: Flight of the Seventh Moon
  • Author: Lynn V. Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780061057014
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author Lynn V Andrews began her quest for self discovery in her remarkable book MEDICINE WOMAN With the help of her teacher, the Indian shaman woman Agnes Whistling Elk, Andrews was given a series of challenges that continued to lead her to expanded levels of awareness Now, once again, Andrews weaves a mesmerizing story as she learns to protect the powers she has gAuthor Lynn V Andrews began her quest for self discovery in her remarkable book MEDICINE WOMAN With the help of her teacher, the Indian shaman woman Agnes Whistling Elk, Andrews was given a series of challenges that continued to lead her to expanded levels of awareness Now, once again, Andrews weaves a mesmerizing story as she learns to protect the powers she has gained from the sorcerer Red Dog.
    Flight of the Seventh Moon Author Lynn V Andrews began her quest for self discovery in her remarkable book MEDICINE WOMAN With the help of her teacher the Indian shaman woman Agnes Whistling Elk Andrews was given a series of

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    1. As with the first book in the series Medicine Woman , I was fascinated and completely absorbed Mainly because it is supposed to be true while being totally impossible by the mainstream world view If it turned out to be false, I d be very disappointed and it would lose a lot of its power and value Whereas Medicine Woman was about stealing a marriage basket, this second book is about creating protection by making medicine shields, to strengthen her new powers as a shaman I believe she also reaches [...]

    2. Continuing story from Medicine Woman, remember sitting on the back porch reading for hours as the tale unfolded Wonderful way to escape my troubles at the time.

    3. I love this one Along with Crystal Woman set in Australia this is my favorite set in the American southwest.

    4. I remembered how much I enjoyed reading Lynn V Andrews Medicine Woman series in the late 1980s and early 1990s I wanted to return to the books and I m glad I did These books reminds me of all the spiritual and metaphysical practices I first learned about in the 1980s It amazes me that I take these practices for granted now when they were so controversial just three, even two decades ago.

    5. Two stars for being a bloated story about a woman s self importance while sharing very little about the history of medicine women Earns a star for having moments of what sounds like sound wisdom of finding strength within one s self.Also that final confrontation with red dog sucked Evil sorcerer is defeated by the mighty feminine power of crying.

    6. Could not possibly be a true story since so many of her observations and so called facts are incorrect Very insulting in many ways both to women and native americans.

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