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Publisher Description

A spiritual memoir chronicling the Author’s journey across cultures into a Spiritual path that enabled he and his wife of 35 plus years to overcome her struggles and strengthen their relationship to each other and to Creator. The narrative tracks Wes’s procession from his beginning as a newcomer in a tradition that leads him to becoming a Sundancer. Along the way he and his wife Victoria confront the obstacles and near death experiences that her health conditions create by using the healing power of the Road that Wes is traveling. They are aided in this quest by Wes’s teachers, the community they share along the way, and their close friends Paul Williams and Robert Blake.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2011
November 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
231
Pages
PUBLISHER
Wes Hamil
SELLER
WES HAMIL
SIZE
208.8
MB

Customer Reviews

BattyOne1 ,

A New Experience

Wes' ability to share his experience, coupled with the inner turmoil of one's thinking versus spirit spoke volumes to me in "White Man Red Road". Through Wes' journey, I was shown a possible path to connect to my spirit and the world around me on a level that was previously unavailable. "White Man Red Road" is written with the utmost respect and honor of the teachings of the Red Road, which has been passed to me as a result of reading this book. I am honored for the world I now experience.

Turtle Speaks Rainbows ,

Changed Me

The journey described on the pages of this book are truly inspiring. The book is well written and easy to read. The insights and teachings contained within these pages have changed the way I interact with the world. Wes Hamil has a unique ability to tell a story. His style allows the reader to travel his spiritual journey right along with him. I recommend this book without reservation.

Jjjjxjjfkdigb ,

Must-read!

What a page-turner! I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in spirituality, mental health, Native American ceremonial practices, culture, sociology and psychology. It's a fascinating, beautiful and poignant personal story. Glad I discovered this gem.

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