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Solid book on ritual Great personal stories woven together with practical elements of ritual that everyone would benefit from knowing I enjoyed the book in depth information on the tribal sensibilities reasons for their rituals and the relationships between members of the community I also liked the amount of detail provided in the book and the tone of the bookIt made me want to learn and to perhaps visit their communityI also now want to know about my own ancestral traditions and who the elders would be that Thank You God For Everything helped educate others on the ways ofonoring elders conducting burials etc This book went beyond interesting to elpful because Som was able to take Dagara experiences
Which May Seem Too Far may seem too far from a western cultural field of experience and map them to a situational problem His time spent in both cultures gives im valuable insights that are freuently challenging to get if someone from the western culture is just reading about indigenous wisdom I so appreciate that And I realized Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America's Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing how much of whate said resonated deep in my soma as truth I Mordecai Cubitt Cooke Victorian Naturalist Mycologist Teacher and Eccentric had the opportunity to participate in a group grieving session recently that was unplanned and spontaneous and even that small experienceelped me so much in finding grounding in balance in a world that is seriously awry and for which The Gold's Gym Training Encyclopedia he rightly points out Iave no communal or group support to The Origin of Feces help me. The stories within these booksave the poignancy of new discoveries as well as the unworn imagination of the ancestors The commentary as the sharp edge of modern thought and the intricacy which results from the intellect being woven commentary as the sharp edge of modern thought and the intricacy which results from the intellect being woven the ritual complexities of tribal life The
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"am interested to "interested to ow to bring them into my family and communityA bow to the wisdom of the correctly named Malidoma Interesting read about the author and With Krishna's Eyes his experiences andow the Dagara view ritual as being necessary to their life their grieving ritual was to their life Their grieving ritual was potent and I do agree with Investir dans l'or : le petit manuel pratique how badly the West treats grief Typical of indigenous peoples giving stories to teach the practice and typical of westerners to not appreciate it But this one did His writing is engaging and the stories are dramatic but areis reality And Promotes Envy In My promotes envy in my to experience community to this level Wish there was of a guide on Yoga in the Workplace how to conduct but I think I learned enough from readingis accounts I L'ORTHOGRAPHE FACILE - ORTHOGRAPHE D'USAGE, REGLES GRAMMATICALES, HOMONYMES, DICTIONNAIRE ORTHOGRAPHIQUE have enjoyed this book a lot I think itelps you to stop I think about what the most important things are Little by little we are giving the importance to feelings and emotions Though I am from another part of the world and from a different cultural background I agree with the author in so many statements I Dictionnaire Le Robert de poche 2020 highly recommend it A lot of wisdom in this bookI stumbled into this author and thus this book from an article I read entitled What a Shaman Sees in a Mental Hospital Excellent read by the wayAs a student and practitioner of shamanic energy medicine I am enthralled with the simple wisdom of Som s linea. Urpose of constructing thresholds that bring this world together is to find the powers that caneal the rends in tribal as well as modern communities Michael Meade from the IntroductionVersed in the languages of psychology comparative literature as well as ancient mythology ealing and. .
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"to other traditions "other traditions modalities His writing style is uite elouent and yet easy to follow an excellent story tellerIf you re on a seeking path or enjoy learning about other cultures and communities I ighly recommend I found this book thoroughly fascinating and uite easy to read Though written a while ago the commentary seemed especially applicable with respects to Western Society the Capitalist Machine and the tendency to turn down noses to tribal ways of life in favor of Progress While some aspects were difficult for me to believe I respected the stories that were shared along with the sentiment behind this respected the stories that were shared along with the sentiment behind this of Spirituality I also liked that while this centers African Indigenous peoples it offers appreciation and respect for all Indigenous peoplesI also find that tenets of Ritual in this work seem to be what folx in TBIPOC communities are seeking returning to trying to build and or could benefit from as well This definitely gave me some food for thought and I ope to read of Som s work and start developing spiritual practice into my daily life Definitely one for the keeping View a few of my favorite uotes from the book This was a good introduction to the practices of the Dagara people and other native tribes of Africa Really shows the difference between modern society and traditional society well. Divination Malidoma Patrice Some bridges paths between the ancient tribal world of the West African Dagara culture and modern Western society Ritual is written with wild imagination careful critical reflection and intuitive insights that will Dagara culture and modern Western society Ritual is written with wild imagination careful critical reflection and intuitive insights that will the reader to encounter the world ane. ,