Three strands in the braid: Three Native American Learning Stories: Who Speaks for Wolf, Winter White and Summer Gold, Many Circles, Many Paths, by Paula Underwood. Music created and performed by Mazatl Galindo. Wolf Songs created and performed by Canis Lupus Lobo.
Based upon a 10,000 year old oral tradition, these stories reflect three essential elements of the cumulative wisdom of Paula Underwood's Native American ancestors. "Who Speaks for Wolf" deals with the human impact on the Earth, "Winter White and Summer Gold" deals with planning for the future, "Many Circles, Many Paths" deals with living together in peace. Body, mind, spirit. Learning stories are designed to integrate thinking and heighten ability to gather and process information toward clearer decisions. The stories awaken an understanding of the unique problems and solutions of the intellectual, physical, and spiritual aspects of the cycle of life. Based in Native American lore, the questions asked, and the lessons learned, serve to enable understanding in all who have "listening ears".
These Learning Stories have been used over the past 20 years by schools from pre-K to graduate school, corporate trainers, healthcare providers, and folklorists the world over. This audiobook features the stories read by the author.
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