One of the interesting features about this book is that there is a section at the end of the discussion of each animal totem that might be a meditation to use with that totem, that might something about a craft made with a part of the animal (such as eagle bone whistles), or that might be additional information about that animal totem from a particular culture.
Although the book is limited to 60 animal guides (Steven Farmers’ book has far more animal totems), I find this a nice addition to my library. I hope you do as well.
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Other Blog Posts by Kathryn Samuelson: As We Grow Through the Season, Simple Ways to Give, Turning Left Rather Than Right, Giving Thanks, Nurturing the Ego, Letting Things Go, Real Energy Book Review, Living with Doubt and Uncertainty, Bardo - The Things In Between, Musings On Mindfulness, You Are Here: Personal Geographies and Other Maps, The Choices We Make, Beyond: Buddhist and Christian Prayers CD Review, Riding Out Irene: A Practice in Maintaining Balance,
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kathryn Samuelson is an intuitive who channels messages from your angels and guides through spiritual or automatic writing. She is also a life coach certified by the University of New Hampshire through its Professional Development department. Kathryn does workshops based on the set of meditation cards and book called Opening the Heart: Meditations on How to Be that she created with her friend, Linda Lewis. For more information: http://www.kathrynsamuelson.com/, klsamuelsonATyahoo.com, or 781-799-7332