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The Book of Ceremonies: A Native Way of Honoring and Living the Sacred download ebook

by Carises Horn,Gabriel Horn

The Book of Ceremonies: A Native Way of Honoring and Living the Sacred download ebook
ISBN:
1577315049
ISBN13:
978-1577315049
Author:
Carises Horn,Gabriel Horn
Publisher:
New World Library (April 10, 2005)
Language:
Pages:
256 pages
ePUB:
1975 kb
Fb2:
1569 kb
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Category:
Americas
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Rating:
4.8

In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn presents a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing sacred Native American ways of life and what the varied Native traditions and practices can offer all spiritual seekers.

In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn presents a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing sacred Native American ways of life and what the varied Native traditions and practices can offer all spiritual seekers. Filled with striking original art, the book conveys through its narrative and through instruction how to prepare for and conduct a variety In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn presents a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing sacred Native American ways of life and what the varied Native traditions and practices can offer all spiritual.

The Book of Ceremonies book. Within these pages, celebrated Native American writer Gabriel Horn weaves a hauntingly beautiful tapestry of traditional stories, songs, and prayers that highlight the sacred Native way of life. Within these pages, celebrated Native American writer Gabriel Horn.

Celebrated Native American writer Gabriel Horn weaves a beautiful tapestry of stories and short pieces that show us the sacred Native way of life. The writing is beautiful and emotional throughout. It is the work of a talented writer who has walked the native path for years, and is able to show us the native way in all aspects of life. The Book of Ceremonies offers clear explanations of a wide variety of ceremonies.

In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn offers a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing the sacred Native American way of life and what its religion and ritual can offer spiritual seekers from all backgrounds. The six parts of the book cover preparation for ceremonies greeting the day; acknowledgment and gratitude; marriage and divorce; birth and death; dreams and visions; and seasons and healing.

The Book of Ceremonies: A Native Way of Honoring and Living the Sacred

The Book of Ceremonies: A Native Way of Honoring and Living the Sacred. by Gabriel Horn and Carises Horn. Interwoven throughout this visionary work are detailed ceremonies and rituals for: Marriage, Pregnancy, Birth, Greeting the Day, Death. Divorce, Presenting an Infant to the Sun, Dreams and Visions. In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn offers a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing the sacred Native American way of life and what its religion and ritual can offer spiritual seekers from all backgrounds.

In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn presents a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing sacred Native American ways of life and what the varied Native traditions and practices can offer all spiritual.

Within these pages, celebrated Native American writer Gabriel Horn weaves a hauntingly beautiful tapestry of traditional stories, songs, and prayers that highlight the sacred Native way of life.

The Book of Ceremonies a Native Way of Honoring and Living the Sacred. Added to PP index 2015-02-04.

In The Book of Ceremonies, Gabriel Horn presents a tapestry of stories, poems, prayers, and love songs describing sacred Native American ways of life and what the varied Native traditions and practices can offer all spiritual seekers. Filled with striking original art, the book conveys through its narrative and through instruction how to prepare for and conduct a variety of ceremonies and practices, including greeting the day, marriage, birth, death, season changes, dreams, vision quests, healing, and many others. In the book, Horn covers an array of indigenous traditions rather than just one. Highlights include a Zuni creation account, an Aztec love song, and an Omaha prayer presenting a new infant. Reflecting the voice of someone who has walked the Native path for years, the book offers insight into the ways that Native American reverence and ritual can enrich all aspects of life.
Reviews:
  • Deeroman
No! No! No! I do not understand why this book was even published?! There is nothing of value or interest in this little compact "book". Honestly, I was annoyed that I bought it and wasted the money. I didn't like content, editing, or presentation.
  • Scream_I LOVE YOU
Interesting...
  • Yayrel
Bought as a gift
  • Kesalard
This is a great little book. Very authentic ceremonies...
I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the N.A. way. (the red road)
  • Gavinrage
this is the perfect book for ceremonies of the American Indians and was very informative it was most helpful and interesting
  • LivingCross
I thought this book would have detailed ceremonies that could be practiced and it does not. Very disappointed.
  • Celen
The title says it all... A very easy and interesting compilation of Native American spiritual ceremonies. A very good value.
The primal wisdom that emanates from these ancient teachings lifts up the spiritual practice of reverence-one that is often lacking in modern times. Horn demonstrates a kind of radical amazement, a deep feeling tinged with both awe and wonder as he sees the sacred in all things. These ceremonies touch the heart because they arise out of a felt sense of participation in the universe, a kinship with all beings and with matter.