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Lynn Andrews is the author of nineteen books and a pre-eminent teacher in the field of personal development and spirituality.
"I began to tell my story twenty years ago. Except for changes in names and locations, it is true." So begins Lynn V. Andrews's 18th book, Tree of Dreams: A Spirit Woman's Vision of Transition and Change. Andrews, author of Medicine Woman (now in its 40th printing), recounts the continuation of her apprenticeship with the Native American teachers who have been training her in their sacred ways for nearly 20 years. Here, she explains her transition into the second part of life, discussing change, aging and death in an inspiring, spiritual way. (Oct. 1) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
Focusing on transitions in life and the aging process, Andrews, a well-known teacher and writer on shamanism and personal growth, continues her apprenticeship. She candidly describes her own difficulties with growing old and demonstrates how the wisdom of her elder Native American teachers Ruby Plenty Chiefs, Agnes Whistling Elk, and other women in the Sisterhood of the Shields can be applied to the search for meaning in life and death. Readers who use her perseverance and breakthroughs as inspiration will face their own life-changing events with courage. Andrews has crafted a skillfully woven tale that highlights her unique blend of Native American shamanism and New Age ideas. This engaging story will appeal to readers of her 18 previous books (e.g., Medicine Woman) and to other public library patrons interested in shamanism. Elizabeth Salt, Otterbein Coll. Lib., Westerville, OH Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.