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This description may be from another edition of this product. "The Medicine Wheel is a springboard of power that will allow you to link up to all the energies of the universe." -- Sun Bear Millions of people around the world have incorporated Native American...

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Not as long as i assumed but should be a good read

Inner Peacefulness

I have previous Medicine Wheel Calendars. They provide a daily connection to Earth, Nature, and Self to start a day. What else can I say; there is no more to say or needs to be said.

Everything that comes around goes around.

I have only read one book by Sun Bear and was facinated by the fact that anyone, Native or not, could find peace by just doing something spiritual like this. I am a member of two Ojibway tribes, and yes, I did grow up on three different reservations in my life so I feel I can speak with confidence on this matter. I do not care if people agree or disagree with the Native religions because they are all different and it is not up to me,or anyone else, to tell you what is native or non-native so if you believe you can find happiness from reading "astrological" points of view from Sun Bear then buy the book because it is better to love and practice something than to practice nothing at all. I would also recommend traveling to a nearby "Rez" for an introduction to religion, and they don't have to be Chippewa like myself or Sun Bear, because I know the best spiritual advise cannot be found in books. To correct a few reviews and from an Anthropological view, the Chippewa, or Ojibway, were not buffalo chasers like the plains natives, but fisherman and farmers from Canada with a HEAVY influence from the French (hows that for a European astrology connection) so please correct your review Apacheman because we, the Chippewa, are woodland indians so how could you know if we kept a calender or not (especially the Apaches being a Mexico indian). Native religions do not hate like others do so please do not give us a bad name because I read your profile and it seems all your reviews were negative. And as far as two bears is concerned I would like to know who named you or what naming ceramony you attended because we all have two lives, the one everybody see's and the one we hide(naming yourself does not constitute an indian name).

A different approach to astrology

I first read this book in 1988 and got it out again today as I recommended it to someone. Am glad to see that it is still in print.Astrology based on moon at time of birth is a different idea, but in my case being a brown bear really is on target. I liked all of the information on minerals and plants, too.I've read several of Sun Bear's books and find them thought provoking.

A great book and full a knowledge.

This is a great book. It says many things about plants not only as totems but how someone can use them to heal or just feel better,it also says many things about the animals, ther way of life and ther influence to people that were born under ther moon...I've learned so many things about my self, nature, and others from this book and I'm thankfull.
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