The Roaring of the Sacred River - The Wilderness Quest for Vision and Self-Healing

By: Foster, Steven and Little

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Prentice Hall Press 1989 First Edition, stated.. 8vo. Paperback. 225pp. Notes, bibliography. Very good copy. The native American vision quest - a ritual of self-discovery. An opportunity to confront ones fears and to embrace one's dreams. A challenge to take charge of one's own life. The gift of being changed forever. In this companion to the Book of the Vision Quest, foster and little elaborate on an ancient rite of passage that has much-needed resonance for the seeker of today. Leading us step by step through the wilderness toward the Sacred Mountain, it is a story not just of personal healing but of sacrafice, love and the need to share this healing vision with others. .

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