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Animals of God, Volume Two (Volume 2)

Two more stories of animals that encountered saints…told by the animals‘ points of view! Stories include: “The Lion Who Lost His Appetite” Rex the Lion has it made. A bloody persecution is being raged against the Christians of Antioch, and it’s Rex’s job, along with his wife Leonie the Lioness, to meet’n’eat the helpless prisoners thrown into the Colosseum. Rex can hardly wait! After all, what more could a lion want than a tasty man for breakfast every morning? Sure, he misses his home in the jungle and detests his cage, but the delectable menu makes it well worth it. Then one day a beautiful young lady named Thecla is thrown into the arena to be killed, and things will never be the same for Rex and Leonie again. A delightful tale of a saint’s unwavering trust and God’s infinite power, told from the lion’s point of view! “Cuthbert for Breakfast” Chester the Gosling would give anything to be like his big brother Cuthbert. Cuthbert has it all – sleek handsome feathers, strong graceful wings, a winning personality, and a whole gaggle of friends. In fact, Cuthbert is the most popular gander around. He and his buddies have all the fun, while poor little Chester with his downy feathers can only paddle around the pond with his best friend Delmer, learning to swim. When Cuthbert and the Goose Gang plan a raid on a cornfield, Chester begs his brother to let him and Delmer come. Little do they know, as they fly off on their first great adventure, that things are about to go terribly wrong. When the geese are captured and his brother killed, Chester knows all is lost. Enter Saint Werburga, the owner of the cornfield, and a breathtaking miracle is performed. An endearing story of brotherly love and God’s unfailing mercy, told by the little goose’s point of view!

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The Song of the Bird

“Every one of these stories is about YOU.” –Anthony de Mello

Everyone loves stories; and in this book the bestselling author of Sadhana: A Way to God shares 124 stories and parables from a variety of traditions both ancient and modern. Each story resonates with life lessons that can teach us inescapable truths about ourselves and our world.

De Mello’s international acclaim rests on his unique approach to contemplation and ability to heighten self-awareness and self-discovery. His is a holistic approach, and in the words of one reviewer: “his mysticism cuts across all times and peoples and is truly a universal invitation.” The Song of the Bird uses the familiar yet enduring medium of the story to illustrate profound realities that bring us in touch with the problems and concerns of daily life, as well as with our common spiritual quest. The aim is to develop the art of tasting and feeling the message of each story to the point that we are transformed. “Let the story speak to your heart, not to your brain,” the author directs. “This may make something of a mystic out of you.”

Enhanced by lovely ink drawings, this is indeed a volume to treasure, to share, and to read many times over, for it is everyone’s best companion on the road to spiritual growth.

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Rare Lord Ganesh Ganesha Beautiful Statues Hindu Good Luck God – White Statues 2.5″

Rare Lord Ganesh Ganesha Beautiful Statues Hindu Good Luck God – Statues Size 2.5″

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The Well of Remembrance: Rediscovering the Earth Wisdom Myths of Northern Europe

In
his introduction to
The
Well of Remembrance,
author
Ralph Metzner provides a telling explanation of the theme of his work:

“This
book explores some of the mythic roots of the Western worldview, the worldview
of the culture that, for better and worse, has come to dominate most of the
rest of the world‘s peoples. This domination has involved not only economic and
political systems but also values, basic attitudes, religious beliefs,
language, scientific understanding, and technological applications. Many
individuals, tribes, and nations are struggling to free themselves from the
residues of the ideological oppression practiced by what they see as
Eurocentric culture. They seek to define their own ethnic or national
identities by referring to ancestral traditions and mythic patterns of
knowledge. At this time, it seems appropriate for Europeans and Euro-Americans
likewise to probe their own ancestral mythology for insight and
self-understanding.”

Focusing
on the mythology and worldview of the pre-Christian Germanic tribes of Northern
Europe, Metzner offers a meaningful exploration of Western ancestry.

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One Spirit Medicine: Ancient Ways to Ultimate Wellness

Today our minds, our emotions, our relationships, and our bodies are out of kilter. We know it, but we tend to ignore it until something brings us up short—a worrying diagnosis, a broken relationship, or simply an inability to function harmoniously in everyday life. When things are a little off, we read a self-help book. When they’re really bad, we bring in oncologists to address cancer, neurologists to repair the brain, psychologists to help us understand our family of origin. But this fragmented approach to health is merely a stopgap. To truly heal, we need to return to the original recipe for wellness discovered by shamans millennia ago: One Spirit Medicine.
Through One Spirit Medicine, the shamans found that they could grow a new body that allowed them to live in extraordinary health. They learned how to switch off the “death clock” inside every cell, and turn on the “immortality” genes that reside in password-protected regions of our DNA. Cancer, dementia, and heart disease were rare. The shamans of old were truly masters of prevention.
Drawing on more than 25 years of experience as a medical anthropologist—as well as his own journey back from the edge of death—acclaimed shamanic teacher Alberto Villoldo shows you how to detoxify the brain and gut with superfoods, use techniques for working with our luminous energy fields to heal your body, and follow the ancient path of the medicine wheel to shed disempowering stories from the past and pave the way for rebirth.
Using the principles and practices in this book, you can feel better in a few days, begin to clear your mind and heal your brain in a week, and in six weeks be on your way to a new body—one that heals rapidly, retains its youthful vitality, and keeps you connected to Spirit, to the earth, and to a renewed sense of purpose in your life.

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Epona: Hidden Goddess of the Celts

Epona: Hidden Goddess of the Celts reflects the importance of gender in ancient religion, and the author explores the primacy of the Feminine through Epona‘s sovereignty as Horse Goddess among the Celts; her identity as “Mistress of Animals” in her love affairs and working relationships, and the surprising role she apparently played in the ancient Greek and Roman Mysteries. P.D. Mackenzie Cook’s unique study of Epona positions her in a broad cross-cultural context. The story he presents is at the same time historical, speculative, and deeply personal – at once a scholarly survey, intriguing detective story, and spiritual message to be taken to heart. The author offers fresh and original perspectives on Epona‘s historical origins and her “birth” in human form. He explores her early presence in southern Italy; investigates her probable identity as “Macha” in Ireland and “Rhiannon” in Wales as well as her indirect influences on the ideals of chivalry and courtly love in the Middle Ages. We are then introduced to Epona‘s possible presence in a set of mysterious caves in the New World, and finally to her rediscovery by present-day equestrians, and in the personal lives and accounts of modern priestesses and men devoted to her. Written by someone whose “Celtic bones” resonate deeply with Epona, his talents as scholar, story-teller and poet-seer all contribute to this, the first full-length book in English devoted entirely to this fascinating Goddess. Epona: Hidden Goddess of the Celts is dedicated to the hidden goddess in every woman, and to men who genuinely love them in all their depth, complexity and nuance.

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Iktomi (trickster) by Arthur Amiotte, Oglala Lakota 1966 Color Illustration, scarce print art

If you are looking for an unusual piece of art, to decorate a home or office, these truly “limited-edition” prints are perfect. Vintage prints are extraordinary snapshots of our past. As conversation pieces they are unequaled. This beautiful old print is an actual piece of our history. Any of these, increasingly rare, works of art are also some of the most thoughtful (and personal) gifts you can give. Unlike so many other gifts, This allows you to present someone a piece of the past.

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Iktomi

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Thunder Shamanism

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Journey With White Buffalo Calf Woman

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