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ePub The Way of Inspiration: The Teachings of Native American Elder Joseph Rael, Wah-Mah-Chi download
Author:
Joseph Rael
ISBN13:
978-1571780348
ISBN:
1571780343
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Council Oak Books; 1st edition (November 1, 1996)
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Native American visionary and artist Joseph Rael eloquently presents in its ten stages the entire process by which inspiration brings new life into form, expresses its nature . The Way of Inspiration: Wah-Mah-Chi. 1571780343 (ISBN13: 9781571780348).

Native American visionary and artist Joseph Rael eloquently presents in its ten stages the entire process by which inspiration brings new life into form, expresses its nature, then dies back into a state of non-form to await a new inspiration. This is Rael's teaching about inspiration itself, and how, as he says, "inspiration is in all things.

Native American visionary and artist Joseph Rael eloquently presents in its ten stages the entire process by which inspiration brings new life into form . The Way of Inspiration : Teachings of Native American Elder Joseph Rael.

Native American visionary and artist Joseph Rael eloquently presents in its ten stages the entire process by which inspiration brings new life into form, expresses.

The Way of Inspiration: The Teachings of Native American Elder . Having read all of Joseph Rael, Beautiful Painted Arrow's books I feel this is his very best.

The Way of Inspiration: The Teachings of Native American Elder Joseph Rael, Wah-Mah-Chi. For over 25 years Joseph Rael has led spiritual dances in the Native American mode, workshops, and mystery schools all over the world. He is the author of a number of books, including Being and Vibration, Beautiful Painted Arrow, Way of Inspiration, Ceremonies of the Living Spirit, and House of Shattering Light. The way his wonderful images are combined with his brilliant insight and vision is deeply inspiring. Joseph Rael, Beautiful Painted Arrow, is a profound teacher and visionary. His mother was Ute and his father was from Picuris Pueblo

The Way of Inspiration: The Teachings of Native American Elder Joseph Rael, Wah-Mah-Chi. His mother was Ute and his father was from Picuris Pueblo. Beautiful Painted Arrow: Stories and Teachings is a wonderful collection of stories based on Native American children's tales. One person found this helpful.

Joseph Rael (Tiwa: Tslew-teh-koyeh: Beautiful Painted Arrow) (b. 1935) is. .The Way of Inspiration: Teachings of Native American Elder Joseph Rael. Council Oak Books, 1996. 1935) is a Native American ceremonial dancer, shaman, writer, and artist. He is also known as the founder of a global network of Sound Peace Chambers. Rael has written a number of books which are based primarily on the Tiwa world view. Beautiful Painted Arrow: Stories and Teachings from the Native American Tradition.

Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow) is a Native American visionary whose teachings have gained international attention. Though strongly rooted in native traditions, he has lived his life from inspiration. This is Rael's teaching about inspiration itself, "and how," as he says, "inspiration is in all things." Here, in the simple act of counting from one to ten in his native Tiwa tongue, Joseph Rael explores the mysterious connections between energy and matter, between spirit and manifested reality.
  • Joseph Rael/Beautiful Painted Arrow is one of the Creator-spirit's biggest gifts to this earth in this time. I have been blessed to know and study with Joseph for over 20 years, both on the East Coast and in the Southwest. He is a modern-day mystic, teacher, healer and artist with a reservoir of stillness, clarity and, amazingly, humor.

    The Way of Inspiration is best read after you have familiarized yourself with Joseph's meta-physical understanding and exploration of Sound, the meanings it contains, and its creative power. I recommend Being and Vibration, co-authored with one of his students, Mary Elizabeth Marlow, and also the crystalline beauty of one of his latest books, a partial memoir, The House of Shattering Light.

    Way of Inspiration will take you through a vibrational excursion into the deeper aspects of numbers 1 through 10. It is a multi-read, and you will find increasing depths of understanding as you re-visit it over months and years. Do note that most Pueblo people of this modern day have not investigated their ancient language (Tiwa) or the mysteries of sound as Joseph has, so do not expect this to be 'Indian 101'...

  • In this book Joseph shares with us details and luminous aspects of the move of consciousness through manifestation. As an example, at 1 there is unity but with a divine longing, at 2 there is a falling into something surprising which can trap us in duality if we are not aware (which is what has happened to most people on planet earth, at 3 there is the desire for more and we use movement which helps to cultivate spiritual perception, at 4 there is the ascending to higher planes of awareness through the action of generosity. This is a gross simplification of the start of this process through the Tiwa numbers 1-10. And Josephs language in this book is much clearer and more feeding to the soul than I can express in this review. This is a solid library addition to anyone interested in sacred number, Native American studies, and mysticism in general.

  • Book as expected. Thank You

  • It was an interesting read, but I guess I just didn't follow it. Maybe rereading it when I am less under stress. It just didn't feel the way many of the books I have read feel. Like truth.