Time and the Highland Maya [Paperback]  Revised Ed. Barbara Tedlock. Paperback Time and the highland Maya by Barbara Tedlock (). Barbara Tedlock, Ph.D., is the granddaughter of an Ojibwe midwife and herbalist and was trained and initiated as a shaman by the K’iche’ Maya of highland. A distinguished anthropologist–who is also an initiated shaman–reveals the long -hidden female roots of the world’s oldest form of religion.
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Tedlock combines firsthand accounts of her own training among the Maya of Guatemala with the rich record of women warriors and hunters, spiritual guides, and prophets from many cultures and times. I truly loved reading this book! No Would Take Again: We’re all counting on you. Do you offer wholesale pricing?
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Here is a fascinating expedition into this ancient tradition, from its prehistoric beginnings to the work of women shamans across the globe today. Drawing on her training in the healing arts as a young child by her Ojibwa grandmother, her later professional training with Mayan shamans in Guatemala, and her more recent observations of shamanic rituals in Mongolia, Tedlock has created a formidable work: Tedlock’s skills as an observer and interpreter of Zuni thought and behavior are demonstrated in brilliant chapters on hunting, clowning, and ritual practice and in a superb description of Shalako.
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Barbara’s breakthrough book Time and the Highland Maya is based on her shamanic training and initiation into the naked-eye astronomy and calendar practices of the Maya. Encounters with the Batbara Indians presents the legends, songs, ceremonies, and folk medicines of the Zunis of western New Mexicoan agrarian, matriarchal tribe.
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The Woman in the Shaman’s Body
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