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by Vine Deloria Jr.,Bernard A. Hoehner,Kent Lebsock,Arthur Amiotte,Don Talayesva,Benjamin Byanham,Julian Lang,Barre Toelken,Ravi Ravindra,Linda Hogan

eBook Inner Journey: Views from Native Traditions (PARABOLA Anthology Series) download ISBN: 159675026X
Author: Vine Deloria Jr.,Bernard A. Hoehner,Kent Lebsock,Arthur Amiotte,Don Talayesva,Benjamin Byanham,Julian Lang,Barre Toelken,Ravi Ravindra,Linda Hogan
Publisher: Morning Light Press (January 27, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 350
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Rating: 4.7
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Other Religions Practices and Sacred Texts

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Drawn from 30 years of Parabola magazine, this compelling collection illuminates the vast scope of the Native American spiritual tradition. Well-known figures including Black Elk.

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Inner Journey Views from Native Traditions (PARABOLA Anthology Series) by Vine Deloria Jr. Hoehner, Kent Lebsock, Arthur Amiotte, Don Talayesva, Benjamin Byanham, Julian Lang, Barre Toelken, Linda Hogan, Ravi Ravindra, N. Scott Momaday. Scott Momaday, Black Elk, Leslie Silko Paperback, 350 Pages, Published 2009 by Morning Light Press ISBN-13: 978-1-59675-026-5, ISBN: 1-59675-026-X. Arthur Amiotte collages, 1988 - 2006 by Janet Catherine Berlo, Arthur Amiotte Paperback, 97 Pages, Published 2003 by Wheelwright Museum Of American Indian ISBN-13: 978-622777-5-7, ISBN: 622777-5-4.

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Download books for free. Representative Native American religions and rituals are introduced to readers in a way that respects the individual traditions as more than local curiosities or exotic rituals, capturing the flavor of the living, modern traditions, even as commonalities between and among traditions are explored and explained. This general introduction offers wide-ranging coverage of the major factors†geography, history, religious behavior, and religious ideology (theology)†analyzing select traditions that can be dealt with, to varying degrees, on a contemporary basis.

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Amiotte defines his work as being bound to the reservation culture which bridges the gap between yesterday and today, a split which is often mastered in an amazing manner. Amiotte has said, "I realized that contemporary art was ignoring the whole reservation period. This had been a dynamic time. Parabola: The Magazine of Myth and Tradition.

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Drawn from 30 years of Parabola magazine, this compelling collection illuminates the vast scope of the Native American spiritual tradition. Well-known figures including Black Elk, Peter Matthiessen, Arthur Amiotte, Joseph Bruchac, N. Scott Momaday, and Joseph Epes reveal a continuing line of human apprenticeship with the earth in writings that span many genres, from poetry and stories to essays and interviews. In “Native Earth,” Matthiessen examines the interconnectedness of humans and the natural world, writing that “the whole universe is sacred, man is the whole universe, and the religious ceremony is life itself.” Linda Hogan’s “The Great Without” explores the impact of the outside world on human consciousness. These and other pieces convey the possibility of a life based on respect and love for the earth — a view that, in light of the ecological tragedies the contemporary world faces, is more relevant than ever.
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Katius
Constantly learning that, for all we know about everything, we really know nothing. Learning is endless; the more I learn the more I realize how very little I know. By learning, the context for what I thought I knew grows and increases, changing not just my knowledge, but also my perspective. I can make the same comment for other more or less related books about psychedelic consciousness, the work of shamans, and intelligence in nature.
Doomredeemer
The book has some real gems included. Some of the stories are touching, amusing, and interesting. The problem with the book is that it jumps around from tribe to tribe and between different formats. Interviews are mixed in with stories, poems and songs are thrown in the mix too with no clear organizational scheme. The chapters are sorted by topic, but other than that, it just seems that it jumps around from one thing to the next.