Medicine of the Cherokee: The Way of Right Relationship|
by J. T. Garrett (Author), Michael Tlanusta Garrett (Author)
Midwest Book Review
Medicine Of The Cherokee: The Way Of Right Relationship is the story of the
physical, mental, spiritual, and natural aspects of humans as told through many
generations of elder teaches of Native American medicine. With stories that tell
about the "four directions" and the "universal circle", these ancient Cherokee
teachings also offer wisdom on circle gatherings, herbs, healing, and ways to
reduce stress and find harmony and balance in all our relationships. The way of
our modern world can separate us from nature and make us prone to disease, signs
of being on the wrong path.
Steven McFadden, author of Profiles in Wisdom: Native Elders Speak About the
"Medicine of the Cherokee will be a valuable addition to the library of anyone
striving to become a true human being."
Oh Shinnah Fast Wolf, Native American ceremonial teacher and author of Goddess
as the Weaver of Life
"The truth, beauty, and simplicity of this book are almost overwhelming. The
Garretts have captured the essence of mind, body, soul, and spirit healing
through harmony and balance. All who read it will greatly benefit from its
depth of sharing the old ways in new understandings."
Paperback: 223 pages
Publisher: Bear & Company (September 1, 1996)