Dhyani Ywahoo is a member of the traditional Etowah Band of the Eastern Tsalagi (Cherokee) Nation. Trained by her grandparents, she is the twenty-seventh generation to carry the ancestral wisdom of the Ywahoo lineage. Charged with the duty to rekindle the fire of clear mind and right relationship in these changing times, she is a guide to all who walk the Beauty Road. In her first book she shares with readers these precious oral teachings of her people.
Voices of Our Ancestors teaches practical ways of transforming obstacles to happiness and good relationships, fulfilling one’s life purpose, manifesting peace and abundance, and renewing the planet. It includes meditations; healing rituals; instructions for working with crystals; and teachings on how to practice generosity and harmony.
According to the ancient Native American calendar, we have recently entered a new cycle of Thirteen Heavens, a new age in which we have the opportunity to let go of aggression and fear and begin to live a life of enlightened consciousness. With a voice that is powerful, prophetic, and compassionate, Dhyani Ywahoo calls on us to become "Peacekeepers" in our hearts and in the world.
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About Dhyani Ywahoo
The founder and head of Sunray Meditation Society in Bristol, Vermont, Dhyani Ywahoo gives lectures and workshops, and directs a training program called the Peacekeeper Mission.
Published by Shambhala Nov 12, 1987| 312 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780877734109