Les 13 mères originelles : La voie initiatique des femmes amérindiennes

August 1, 2018

• Title English : The 13 original mothers: The initiatory path of Native American women
• Author : Jamie Sams (With the contribution of), Anne Delmas (Translator)
• Pages : 380 Sheet
• Publisher : Véga (March 21, 2011)
Collection : ARTICLES SANS C
• ISBN-10 : 2858296790
• ISBN-13 : 978-2858296798
Product Dimensions : 24 x 3 x 16 cm
• Format Kindle : Mobipocket, PDF, EPub and Paperback
• Price : 22,31
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10

♦ Description : “Jamie Sams, a member of the Wolf Clan Teaching Hut, brings us a powerful and new way to honor and integrate Indian women’s wisdom into our daily lives. Combining the rich oral tradition – transmitted by two Kiowa Grandmothers – with her personal healing and the guided way she experienced with her Elders, Jamie Sams directed The Sacred Path of the 13 Mothers (The 13 Original Clan Mothers). Every Original Mother reflects a particular teaching; it is linked to a cycle of the moon, and has its own totems, talents and gifts that can help each woman to fulfill her personal gifts and talents.”

Biography

Jamie Sams”

Authors Biography
“Jamie Sams is passionate about a wide audience through her knowledge, experience, spiritual presence and natural ability to teach. She created the famous Sacred Path Cards and, with David Carson, the Medicine Cards (Éditions du Roseau).

Jamie Sams is a shaman, of Cherokee origin and Seneca. She lived and studied in Mexico in the 1970s. She has taught in England, France, Egypt, Kenya … She is also a member of the Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge….”


The 13 Original Clan Mothers
🛑 Genre :_Body, Mind & Spirit⏱ Release Date :_1993

Author

-Jamie Sams-

ISBN_13

-0062507591-

ISBN_10

-9780062507594-

Pages

-316-

ID Number

-w9W6AAAAIAAJ-

Description : Offers a visionary guide to self-knowledge, revealing the mysteries of the ancient female oral tradition "The 13 Original Clan Mothers" written by Jamie Sams with ISBN_13 0062507591 and ISBN_10 9780062507594 with total page sheets [-316-]. Category 'Body, Mind & Spirit' with reference number w9W6AAAAIAAJ published Harper San Francisco |1993|."


Anna, Grandmother of Jesus
🛑 Genre :_Body, Mind & Spirit⏱ Release Date :_2017-07-25

Author

-Claire Heartsong-

ISBN_13

-9781781809532-

ISBN_10

-1781809534-

Pages

-320-

ID Number

-81QrDwAAQBAJ-

Description : The self-published spiritual word-of-mouth bestseller Anna, Grandmother of Jesus became a publishing sensation when the self-published version sold 50,000 copies through word of mouth alone, amassing a worldwide following in the process.Anna is the mother of the Virgin Mary and the grandmother of Jesus. Her teachings and service birthed a spiritual lineage that changed the world. In this book, you’ll discover missing pieces of history concerning Anna, Mary and Jesus, as channelled by Claire Heartsong, who has been receiving telepathic messages from Anna for 30 years.Told through the gentle and heartwarming voice of Anna herself, this book offers insights into unknown places the holy family visited, people they knew and intimate details of their daily struggle to complete the Resurrection challenges. You will learn about the Essenes of Mount Carmel and their secret teachings and initiations, and gain a new understanding of Jesus’s mission.Containing encoded activations to bring Anna’s wisdom and energy into your own spiritual life, this book is an invitation to complete a journey of initiation begun long ago. "Anna, Grandmother of Jesus" written by Claire Heartsong with ISBN_13 9781781809532 and ISBN_10 1781809534 with total page sheets [-320-]. Category 'Body, Mind & Spirit' with reference number 81QrDwAAQBAJ published Hay House, Inc |2017-07-25|."


Sacred Path Cards
🛑 Genre :_Body, Mind & Spirit⏱ Release Date :_1990-10-12
📜 8 Reader

Author

-Jamie Sams-

ISBN_13

-0062507621-

ISBN_10

-9780062507624-

Pages

-336-

ID Number

-UAGEPwAACAAJ-

Description : This extraordinary tool for self-discovery draws on the strength and beauty of Native American spiritual tradition. Developed by Native American medicine teacher Jamie Sams, this unique system distills the essential wisdom of the sacred teachings of many tribal traditions and shows users the way to transform their lives. The 44 beautifully illustrated cards, each endowed with a particular meaning and message, may be drawn individually for a daily lesson or laid out in a series of spreads that open up different paths to inner knowledge. Used with the accompanying text, which explains the various forms and methods of interpretation and divination, the cards are a powerful tool for enhanced self-awareness and positive change. "Sacred Path Cards" written by Jamie Sams with ISBN_13 0062507621 and ISBN_10 9780062507624 with total page sheets [-336-]. Category 'Body, Mind & Spirit' with reference number UAGEPwAACAAJ published HarperOne |1990-10-12|."


The Optimized Woman
🛑 Genre :_Health & Fitness⏱ Release Date :_2009

Author

-Miranda Gray-

ISBN_13

-9781846941986-

ISBN_10

-1846941989-

Pages

-244-

ID Number

-kTR_n5DbxgYC-

Description : Self Help. "The Optimized Woman" written by Miranda Gray with ISBN_13 9781846941986 and ISBN_10 1846941989 with total page sheets [-244-]. Category 'Health & Fitness' with reference number kTR_n5DbxgYC published John Hunt Publishing |2009|."


Earth Medicine
🛑 Genre :_Body, Mind & Spirit⏱ Release Date :_1994-10-07
📜 8 Reader

Author

-Jamie Sams-

ISBN_13

-9780062510631-

ISBN_10

-0062510630-

Pages

-400-

ID Number

-NN-F8rGNmXIC-

Description : The true spirit of Native American ways of knowing shines through in these heartfelt meditations, poems, and stories. In 364 daily offerings organised according to the cycles of the moon, Jamie Sams offers stirring and poetic insights into the spirituality of the earth, connecting with our communities, and our own soul journeys. Based on Native American creeds and legends, these meditations cut to the heart with their honesty, beauty, and authenticity. Sams teaches such grounded lessons as how to face an unknown future with confidence and conviction, how to rediscover the joy of curiosity, and how to develop a true intimacy with nature. "Earth Medicine" written by Jamie Sams with ISBN_13 9780062510631 and ISBN_10 0062510630 with total page sheets [-400-]. Category 'Body, Mind & Spirit' with reference number NN-F8rGNmXIC published Harper Collins |1994-10-07|."


Woman Desired, Woman Desiring
🛑 Genre :_Health & Fitness⏱ Release Date :_2020-05-15

Author

-Daniele Flamenbaum-

ISBN_13

-1912807645-

ISBN_10

-9781912807642-

Pages

-144-

ID Number

-wAIAyQEACAAJ-

Description : This is a book about women's sexuality and sexual fulfilment that crosses several disciplines and paradigms, and is truly innovative and radical. The book is written for a popular audience--women (and men) who wish to explore the deep roots of their own sexuality in order to find more ease, creativity, and satisfaction in their sexual relations. Included are numerous examples from the author's long experience as a gynecologist who found she had to go beyond the limitations of her Western medical training in order to explain the recurrent gynecological ailments of her women clients. She found successful perspectives and remedial practices through Chinese medicine, psychoanalysis, and a transgenerational approach. "Woman Desired, Woman Desiring" written by Daniele Flamenbaum with ISBN_13 1912807645 and ISBN_10 9781912807642 with total page sheets [-144-]. Category 'Health & Fitness' with reference number wAIAyQEACAAJ published Aeon Books |2020-05-15|."


The Mastery of Self
🛑 Genre :_Conduct of life⏱ Release Date :_2016-01-01

Author

-Don Miguel Ruiz, Jr.-

ISBN_13

-9781938289538-

ISBN_10

-1938289536-

Pages

-176-

ID Number

-SQAcDAAAQBAJ-

Description : The ancient Toltecs believed that life as we perceive it is a dream. We each live in our own personal dream, and all of our dreams come together to make the Dream of the Planet. Problems arise when we forget that the dream is just a dream and fall victim to believing that we have no control over it. "The Mastery of Self" takes the Toltec philosophy of the Dream of the Planet and the personal dream and explains how a person can: Wake upLiberate themselves from illusory beliefs and storiesLive with authenticity Once released, we can live as our true, authentic, loving self, not only in solitude and meditation, but in any place--at the grocery store, stuck in traffic, etc.--and in any situation or scenario that confronts us. The Ruiz family has an enormous following, and this new book from don Miguel, Jr. will be greeted with enthusiasm by fans around the world. This new book from don Miguel, Jr. will be greeted with enthusiasm by fans around the world. "The Mastery of Self" written by Don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. with ISBN_13 9781938289538 and ISBN_10 1938289536 with total page sheets [-176-]. Category 'Conduct of life' with reference number SQAcDAAAQBAJ published Red Wheel/Weiser |2016-01-01|."


The Beothuk Saga
🛑 Genre :_Fiction⏱ Release Date :_2002-01-16

Author

-Bernard Assiniwi-

ISBN_13

-9781466839007-

ISBN_10

-1466839007-

Pages

-352-

ID Number

-d8uphl5m6egC-

Description : This astounding novel fully deserves to be called a saga. It begins a thousand years ago in the time of the Vikings in Newfoundland. It is crammed with incidents of war and peace, with fights to the death and long nights of lovemaking, and with accounts of the rise of local clan chiefs and the silent fall of great distant empires. Out of the mists of the past it sweeps forward eight hundred years, to the lonely death of the last of the Beothuk. The Beothuk, of course, were the original native people of Newfoundland, and thus the first North American natives encountered by European sailors. Noticing the red ochre they used as protection against mosquitoes, the sailors called them "Red-skins," a name that was to affect an entire continent. As a people, they were never understood. Until now. By adding his novelist's imagination to his knowledge as an anthropologist and a historian, Bernard Assiniwi has written a convincing account of the Beothuk people through the ages. To do so he has given us a mirror image of the history rendered by Europeans. For example, we know from the Norse Sagas that four slaves escaped from the Viking settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows. What happened to them? Bernard Assiniwi supplies a plausible answer, just as he perhaps solves the mystery of the Portuguese ships that sailed west in 1501 to catch more Beothuk, and disappeared from the paper records forever. The story of the Beothuk people is told in three parts. "The Initiate" tells of Anin, who made a voyage by canoe around the entire island a thousand years ago, encountering the strange Vikings with their "cutting sticks" and their hair "the colour of dried grass." His encounters with whales, bears, raiding Inuit and other dangers, and his survival skills on this epic journey make for fascinating reading, as does his eventual return to his home where, with the help of his strong and active wives, he becomes a legendary chief, the father of his people. "The Beothuk Saga" written by Bernard Assiniwi with ISBN_13 9781466839007 and ISBN_10 1466839007 with total page sheets [-352-]. Category 'Fiction' with reference number d8uphl5m6egC published Macmillan |2002-01-16|."


Bringers of the Light
🛑 Genre :_Self-Help⏱ Release Date :_1995

Author

-Neale Donald Walsch-

ISBN_13

-9781401943073-

ISBN_10

-1401943071-

Pages

-74-

ID Number

-Q076DwAAQBAJ-

Description : From the author of Converstaions with God, comes a book of wonderful insight on how to achieve the goal of every human being: a meaningful life. "Bringers of the Light" written by Neale Donald Walsch with ISBN_13 9781401943073 and ISBN_10 1401943071 with total page sheets [-74-]. Category 'Self-Help' with reference number Q076DwAAQBAJ published Emnin Books |1995|."


The Other Mother
🛑 Genre :_Biography & Autobiography⏱ Release Date :_2013-08-17

Author

-Carol Schaefer-

ISBN_13

-1468053736-

ISBN_10

-9781468053739-

Pages

-356-

ID Number

-Az6SngEACAAJ-

Description : In 1965, Carol Schaefer was 19, a freshman in college and deeply in love. She was also pregnant. When her boyfriend's family opposed their marrying, her parents sequestered her in a Catholic home for unwed mothers a state away, where she was isolated and where secrecy prevailed. She had only to give up her baby for her sin to be forgiven and then all would soon be forgotten she was told. The child, in turn, would be placed with a “good” family, instead of having his life ruined by the stigma of illegitimacy. Carol tried to find the strength to oppose this dogma but her shame had become too deep. “The first time I looked deep into my son's eyes, I felt like a criminal. As I unwrapped his hospital blanket and took in the heady fragrance of a newborn, I feared the nurses or the sisters would come in and slap me for contaminating my own son.” Finding no way out, she signed the fateful papers leaving her son in the hands of strangers, but with a vow to her baby she would find him one day. For years, Carol struggled to forget and live the “normal” life promised, not understanding the consequences of the trauma she'd endured. On his eighteenth birthday, she set out to find him, although the law denied access to records. Her search became a spiritual quest to reclaim her own lost self, as she came to understand the emotional and psychological wounds she and other mothers like her had endured. Against all odds she succeeded in finding him and discovered that in many ways they had never really been apart. With her son's encouragement and his adoptive mother's cooperation, she tells their story.REVIEWS: “Strength, sadness, joy, and the power of undeniable love abound in this book.” 500 Great Books by Women (A Penguin Books Reader's Guide, 1994) The list of authors goes back to the 11th century.Nominated “One of the best books of 1991.” American Library Association. “... flows as forcefully as the finest fiction. ... This 'ten-hankie-read' never descends into sentimentality but simply reveals the unvarnished truths of the human heart.” Wilson Library Bulletin“This wrenching account, covering a range of adoption issues, is a moving testament to the bonding power of motherhood.” Publishers Weekly“An astonishing revelation of the emotions that come into play throughout the adoptive process - a must read for all concerned.” Kirkus ReviewsLiterary Guild Alternate Selection.“Inspiring ... a heart tugger.” Patricia Holt, San Francisco Chronicle“A chronicle of a time with the starkest of emotions revealed ... Readers quickly understand the trauma that lingers on deep in the hearts of birthmothers every day of their lives.” Elliot Bay Booknotes“It should be a must read for anyone who considers adoption the 'easy' answer to an unwanted pregnancy.” The Philadelphia Inquirer“As she experiences pain and love, you're on that roller coaster with her, as if the life she lived was yours.” St. Petersburg Times“Poignant and powerful, The Other Mother shatters the myth that unwed mothers, unprepared for the sacrifice they make, go on to lead normal and untouched lives.” Booklist“Any woman who has gone through any part of her experience, or has been close to somebody who has, will attest to the story's authenticity.” The Washington Post“I recommend it with all my heart. Its courage, integrity and love make it a treasure. ... not only for adoptive families and birth families, it is for everyone who longs to know how deep the levels are that connect us, and how precious.” Gary Zukav, The Seat of the Soul“... addresses intimately the experience of a Birthmother as no other book has - or probably ever will. Expertly written.” Jone Carlson, Editor People Searching News“Courageous, moving and heartening.” Betty Jean Lifton, Journey of the Adopted Self“A wonderful book. From my professional perspective the book is right on target.” Reubon Pannor, coauthor, The Adoption Triangle "The Other Mother" written by Carol Schaefer with ISBN_13 1468053736 and ISBN_10 9781468053739 with total page sheets [-356-]. Category 'Biography & Autobiography' with reference number Az6SngEACAAJ published no defined |2013-08-17|."


Marriage, Class, and Colour in Nineteenth-century Cuba
🛑 Genre :_Social Science⏱ Release Date :_1989

Author

-Verena Martinez-Alier-

ISBN_13

-0472064053-

ISBN_10

-9780472064052-

Pages

-202-

ID Number

-3FMs5U4YB9YC-

Description : A study of marriage patterns in 19th-century Cuba "Marriage, Class, and Colour in Nineteenth-century Cuba" written by Verena Martinez-Alier with ISBN_13 0472064053 and ISBN_10 9780472064052 with total page sheets [-202-]. Category 'Social Science' with reference number 3FMs5U4YB9YC published University of Michigan Press |1989|."


The Medicine Wheel
🛑 Genre :_Body, Mind & Spirit⏱ Release Date :_2011-12-06

Author

-Sun Bear-

ISBN_13

-9781439147627-

ISBN_10

-1439147620-

Pages

-224-

ID Number

-NvmzXd3r0zwC-

Description : "This book came about as the result of a vision that I had long ago...." So writes Chippewa medicine man, seer, and Indian leader Sun Bear. In The Medicine Wheel he and his medicine helper, Wabun, share his vision, setting forth a whole new system of earth astrology to help guide people not only in their daily living but in their life path as well. A beautiful and inspiring new approach to astrology, The Medicine Wheel will help people of all earth signs "walk in balance on our Earth Mother." "The Medicine Wheel" written by Sun Bear with ISBN_13 9781439147627 and ISBN_10 1439147620 with total page sheets [-224-]. Category 'Body, Mind & Spirit' with reference number NvmzXd3r0zwC published Simon and Schuster |2011-12-06|."