New Book Speaks of Ancient Connections




Combining decades of college teaching and community ministry experiences with a passion for discovering indigenous ways of being in the world, local author Rev. Dr. Cathie Stivers has published her first book, Reviving Our Indigenous Souls: How to Practice the Ancient to Bring in the New.

        Stivers says that birthright is the indigenous soul that resides deep within each one of us, no matter who our ancestors are. The book offers a guide to ways we can make the most of this cosmic occasion to ascend into higher dimensions of consciousness while discerning our unique identities and purposes in this lifetime.

For more information, visit IndigenousSoulRevival.com.

 

 

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