Exploring the Mysteries and Connections.
This book gives guidance and information for Mind & Spirit healing.
A Review from Leading Edge Magazine
Have you wondered why it is important to explore Ancient Wisdom? What effect do they have on your life today? Ancient Wisdom, Exploring the Mysteries and Connections by Gayle Redfern is an enjoyable read. Reader Views states:
“In addition to gaining fascinating information about the ancient cultures that preceded ours, I learned about theories that pertain to their existence. The biggest gift of all in reading this book was learning about the philosophies of the ancients. There are so many here that I need to apply to my life today. Actually, we all need to apply these to all of our lives. In doing so, we will be able to live a more peaceful, less materialist existence, and allow the earth to heal from the devastation that modern society has inflicted upon her.”
Join us and explore the relationship between the 10,000 year old Kennewick man of mainland America, the 17,000 year old pottery ruins of Chile, their association with the Jomon of Asia and modern Ainu of Japan. Ponder the mysterious link of Africa, Mesoamerica and Europe,. Hear the recent messages from the Elders of Kogi, Hopi and Maya nations.
Although I previously studied and explored ancient cultures, I found the book - Ancient Wisdoms, Exploring the Mysteries and Connections interesting and informative, expanding and opening many doors of knowledge of ancient cultures. These new pieces of knowledge motivated me to explore the topics further
Som of the cultures reviewed here still exist today, some have vanished and others have evolved to enmesh themselves in modern times. These are similarities and differences among the people of these cultures, both forgotten. Ancient Wisdoms explores the relationship between the 10,000 year old Kennewick man of mainland America, the 1,000 year old pottery ruins of Chile, the association with the Jomon of Asia and modern Ainu of Japan. There is a mysterious link of Africa, Mesoamerica and Europe, also ignored. Elders of Indigenous nations acknowledge how important it is to know how our ancestors thought. The following quotes remind us of the powerful connections between the ancient and modern people. They remind us of similarties between cultures around the globe.