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Sacred Essence Great Spirit Told Me Michael Looking Coyote (CD)

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  • Michael Looking Coyote takes the listener on a meditative journey across the timeless landscape of Native American Spirituality.
  • Both relaxing and inspiring, his words will radically alter your perspective about how to achieve true peace in your life.
  • Featuring music from bestseller album 'Summoning the Spirit'.
  • 1    Introduction, 2 A Life that is Noble and Good (Introduction), 3 Seven Sacred Directions, 4 Let Your Heart and Mind be Still, 5 With Outstretched Hands, 6 Talking with the Grandfathers, 7 Barefoot Walker, 8 Hear Me, my Creator, 9 The Song of Contented Heart, 10 These Things I Know (Conclusion).

Artist Biography Michael Looking Coyote was born in the north-east of England to British parents in 1957. He has Native American heritage on the paternal side of his family and is currently writing a book about how he discovered his ancestral connection with the indigenous inhabitants of North America. Michael Looking Coyote is a loyal member of the Many Nations tribe, which has its reservation in Dubberly, Louisiana. He is leader of the tribes Eagle Owl Clan, a member of the clans Sun Lodge and Ghost Face Medicine Lodge. Looking Coyote writes, broadcasts and lectures extensively on Native American culture and spirituality. He writes for numerous journals and newspapers and co-authors the popular Destiny Doctors column in VISION magazine. He has also written a course in Native American Teachings for a British College. Looking Coyote has stayed on the Many Nations reservation as a guest of the tribes Grand Chief and shaman, Redelk, whom he looks upon as a spiritual mentor and close friend. Looking Coyote is a strong supporter of the rights of indigenous North Americans and believes that government funding for all genuine tribes - registered or unregistered - should be increased. He is particularly supportive of the smaller, impoverished tribes who may have no official recognition and are sometimes disregarded by their larger, better-known cousins. “They too have their story

to tell”, he urges.

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