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The Path of the Feather returns an ancient and long-revered ritual, the Medicine Wheel, to a place of honor in our lives. From Greece to Siberia, from England to America, the making of medicine wheels and the shamanic way was the centerpiece of daily life for indigenous cultures the world over. We learned from the earth; we listened to her spirits; and we went in search of her visions.

The Path of the Feather recaptures that way of being. This unique book and kit provides readers with everything they need to become contemporary shamans. Containing thirteen figurines, a Medicine Wheel map, compass, medicine bag, and an authoritative instruction book, The Path of the Feather gives guidance, inspiration, and answers to the questions of life. With this kit, readers will be able to harness the power of the living earth, follow the spirit animals, and make Medicine Wheels for sacred living, oracular vision, manifesting dreams and desires, and much more.

Walk the
Path of the Feather and become a contemporary shaman.

About the Authors
Mary Rockwood Lane, R.N., Ph.D., is a painter, teacher, program director, nursing researcher, and author. The director of Arts in Medicine at the University of Florida, she is coauthor, with Michael Samuels, of Creative Healing.

Michael Samuels, M.D., a pioneer in using guided imagery and spirit guides, has been trained by North and South American shamans. Dr. Samuels uses spirit animals and Medicine Wheels in his teaching and his practice with patients suffering from serious illnesses.