Step by Step Along the Mississippi River

“What they greatly thought, they nobly dared.” – Homer, the Odyssey Right now a small band of women from the Ojibwe native nation is walking in prayer from the source of the Mississippi river at Lake Itasca in the North, to the point where the great river spills into the sea at the Gulf of Mexico. […] Read more »

“Profiles in Wisdom” – bestseller now an ebook

“This wise and provocative collection is highly recommended.” – Library Journal I’m pleased to report that Harlem Writer’s Guild has this week announced that one of my early books, the best-selling Profiles in Wisdom: Native Elders Speak About the Earth, has been converted to an eBook file format.  The new eBook version, EPUB, is becoming the […] Read more »

Pyramids Added to True Tales of The Whirling Rainbow

Ever since writing and publishing Tales of the Whirling Rainbow as an ebook last September, I’ve been tinkering with it: improving the content, layout, and adding photographs. This January I decided to add a new chapter about the thousands of pyramids and temples in Meso-America, and the role they have in the teachings about the […] Read more »

New ebook: Tales of the Whirling Rainbow

As of this weekend, I have published a new ebook Tales of the Whirling Rainbow: Authentic Myths & Mysteries for 2012. The book is my account of some of the key myths and mysteries of the Americas, and an exploration of how those myths are echoed in real time as we edge toward the signal […] Read more »

Arising from Sacred Land, Aiming to the Future: Doug George-Kanentiio

On an August evening about two months ago, Doug George-Kanentiio offered a ten-minute oration while the Sun was setting. Choosing good words, he spoke about the power of great art, about our prophetic era, and about our relations with the land and each other. At the end, he gave voice to the emerging vision of […] Read more »

R.I.P. Beth Gray, Reiki Master

Dear Reiki friends, I recently received the email pasted below from Kathelin Gray, a dear friend with a base here in Santa Fe. Her father, John Harvey Gray, is one of my Reiki teachers, and her mother, Beth Gray, has been a well-known and well-loved Reiki teacher and spiritual adviser for many long years. She […] Read more »

Hocokat-Ton-Yan Wicozanni — Healing in a Circle

Basil Braveheart (Cante Tinza), an Oglala Lakota elder, plans to visit Santa Fe, New Mexico the weekend of February 10-12, 2006 to conduct Hocokat-Ton-Yan Wicozanni (Healing in a Circle). I spoke with Mr. Braveheart by phone a couple of days before his visit. He told me that while he is in New Mexico he will […] Read more »