9781934569153-1934569151-Sitting in Pictures: Vision Meditations for Addiction Recovery a Hopi Tradition Blending the Wisdom of the Elders with the 12 Step Principles

Sitting in Pictures: Vision Meditations for Addiction Recovery a Hopi Tradition Blending the Wisdom of the Elders with the 12 Step Principles

ISBN-13: 9781934569153
ISBN-10: 1934569151
Author: Peoples of the Earth
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: Day by Day Recovery Resources Inc
Format: Paperback 290 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781934569153
ISBN-10: 1934569151
Author: Peoples of the Earth
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: Day by Day Recovery Resources Inc
Format: Paperback 290 pages

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Acknowledged author Peoples of the Earth wrote Sitting in Pictures: Vision Meditations for Addiction Recovery a Hopi Tradition Blending the Wisdom of the Elders with the 12 Step Principles comprising 290 pages back in 2012. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1934569151 and 9781934569153. Since then Sitting in Pictures: Vision Meditations for Addiction Recovery a Hopi Tradition Blending the Wisdom of the Elders with the 12 Step Principles textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 0.30 or rent at the marketplace.

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This is a a deeply spiritual addiction recovery meditation book based on the Hopi tradition of 'sitting in pictures.' It contains 280 visual meditations as well as a 12 Step Principle and the wisdom of an Elder or tribal adage from people's around the world. Based on the Maya Tzolkin spiritual round, the days do not reflect the western Gregorian calendar. Instead the season are used for reference: Summer Solstice, Harvest Time, Winter Solstice, Spring Equinox. Letting the Spirit guide them, readers may use the meditations randomly or begin at the first mediation and go 280 days, then begin again. We trust that every reader will bring their own guidance when creating the healing visualization in each page of days. This meditation book is illustrated by Christine Sundly of the Menominee Nation (Menominee means 'wild rice' in Chippawa).

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