Review: Awakening the Eagle: A Guide to the Medicine Wheel

Author:
Ralph P. Brown

Publisher:
BookSurge Publishing


‘Awakening the Eagle: A Guide to the Medicine Wheel’ is a wonderfully illustrated book with eye and mind opening tales to allow change to the reader, if they are open and perceptive to it. As someone that tries to hold true to seeing the world in various ways, I found that I was reminded again to look at the signs in life to decipher my course and my actions. The illustrations are thought-provoking and explained in detail with references to daily life. The stories with Okwaho are just as enlightening and show how each direction of the Medicine Wheel is explained.

I read the foreword presented in this book, and I have to respectfully disagree. Without giving all of this away, I feel that one can indeed gain insight on how to help themselves, but again, if they are willing to open to this presentation of another way of thoughts, feelings and understanding. I feel this is a very good starting point for any person willing to make a positive change in their life.

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