A Metis Traveler on the Red Road

A Metis Traveler on the Red Road The coyote Heyokah known to many First Nations people as Trickster is a teacher whose lessons bring both tears and laughter The lessons of Trickster are those of learning to laugh and joke at life s d

  • Title: A Metis Traveler on the Red Road
  • Author: John Wisdomkeeper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The coyote Heyokah known to many First Nations people as Trickster is a teacher whose lessons bring both tears and laughter The lessons of Trickster are those of learning to laugh and joke at life s difficulties Seeing the humor in pain and suffering strengthens the spirit Once we have learned the gift of laughter healing of the spirit begins As I reflected on thisThe coyote Heyokah known to many First Nations people as Trickster is a teacher whose lessons bring both tears and laughter The lessons of Trickster are those of learning to laugh and joke at life s difficulties Seeing the humor in pain and suffering strengthens the spirit Once we have learned the gift of laughter healing of the spirit begins As I reflected on this visit from Trickster and Crow, my spirit revisited one of my most painful experiences Over many years I had gathered precious gifts from my culture things with special meaning to me polar bear claws and crystals, eagle feathers and presentation pieces for my workshops One night all were stolen, leaving me barren and empty.

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    1. I saw A Metis Traveler on the Red Road NOT as a travelogue or a vacation guide . . I felt as though I'd joined John Wisdomkeeper on a quest to learn more about what it means to BE. I was encouraged by the depth of honest, open "self-perception" shared by the author. I was lead to think about - and learn more about - my own connection to self as I walk MY journey. I feel that one cannot ask for more when s/he comes to the end of a book. 5*

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