365 Days of Walking the Red Road: The Native American Path to Leading a Spiritual Life Every Day
  • 365 Days of Walking the Red Road: The Native American Path to Leading a Spiritual Life Every Day
  • 365 Days of Walking the Red Road: The Native American Path to Leading a Spiritual Life Every Day
  • 365 Days of Walking the Red Road: The Native American Path to Leading a Spiritual Life Every Day
ISBN: 1580628494
EAN13: 9781580628495
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 1, 2003
Pages: 400
Dimensions: 1.2" H x 5.8" L x 3.7" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Make a pilgrimage into your soul.

365 Days of Walking the Red Road captures the priceless ancient knowledge Native American elders have passed on from generation to generation for centuries, and shows you how to move positively down your personal road without fear or doubt.

Special highlights:

  • Inspiring quotations from Native Americans, such as Tecumseh, Black Hawk, Geronimo, and Chief Joseph
  • A monthly Red Road spiritual lesson
  • The proper uses of dreamcatchers and other symbols and crafts
  • Important dates in Native American history

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   Recommended for young adults or parents to read with their kids
I was hoping for a deeper series of stories, teachings or meditations to help me become closer to the Creator, but the book was very small, just a page for each day with a short quote from a tribal leader andor a did you know? Every month there was a red road lesson '', most of which any adult would already be familiar. That said, I would recommend parents buy this book and read the date with their young adult or perhaps give it as a gift to a coming of age '' young adult the year before their vision quest or perhaps as a gift for a girl's sunrise ceremony. Parents, it would take two minutes to discuss it with your kid every morning and once a month you could do that red road lesson '' and expand on it with your own teachings.
 
5
   A must-have if you relate to native way of life or value your native heritage.
This book is something that anyone who values their Native American heritage or relates to the American way of life better. It really gives light on how we should be, gives the morals and ideals that must be held dear, and is really inspiring to do your best in everything and be the best person you can be. It also holds some awesome little tidbits of information that a lot of people can hardly find.
 
5
   not quite what i expected.
My wife got this book for Christmas from me. i found it on a different site and asked for it. i'm realy happy that she got it for me. The discription i read on the other site was not even close to what is in this little book. The first thing I do when I wake up in the morning is to read the words of Wisdom. i find it very insparational. It is only the 17th of Jan. and I have repeated the quotes several times to other people. i can see what is next hardly any. i'm enjoying it alot. i would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in American history or culture for any reason. No matter what you believe in spiritualy, Most of the daily readings will help you find a better path. Whether it is the red road or a different path, does not matter. If you read the words written in your heart, i feel truly ''. From this book you will be Nifit Spiritualy.
 
5
   Awesome book
I really enjoyed this book and it's really awesome! '' I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to follow the red road. Good luck, everyone.
 
5
   Five Stars
A book that helps one learn a different path and walk about native Americans and their achievements.
 
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   Not very spiritual based
This daily reading text is enjoyable, but not spiritually based, as the title leads me to believe. It is not a very good daily meditation book, but is overall quite enjoyable.
 
5
   Daily Walk
This book is a clear winner for those who travel on the Red Road. The 365 Days of Walking the Red Road is best read at a time when you and your partner can settle down for a few minutes. It is thought provoking, enlightening and lots of other good stuff, and they are short and gentle and contain much wisdom. Quotes from famous native Americans are a bonus. An all-around good book for anybody.
 
5
   A great way to learn about important Natives Americans and historical dates.
I read this book day by day as it covers each day of the year with a quote and something historic that happened on that day, as it relates to Native American history. I start my day with it and end my day re-reading that page.
 
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   Excitement turned to disappointment
I was excited to receive this book, but the excitement turned to disappointment when I read the Did you know? '' for the date of September 10. It states that cotton cloth was invented by the American Indians first. As a researcher of facts, I could not find anywhere that said that this is true.
 
5
   Good book with hard truths
It is very difficult to survive civil in a country where 95% of your people were killed in 400 years ago. However, us elder ones came to us the winds of change. We must go to the Red Road and teach the younger ones to do the same. Evergreen, now more than ever. I am overjoyed when a Native American person seeks to reconnect with young blood. Many then find their way home. Night Horse - Hunter has always been my stalwart night.
 
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