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by Janet Cunningham




A Tribe Returned is the incredible personal and professional story of Janet Cunningham and over 25 people who have memories of being together in a Native American Tribe. "You were selected by the Grandfathers to be the next Chief," Janet was told. Unknowingly she gathered the tribe together in this life. As a past-life therapist, she has assisted in releasing the traumatic stored memories of a devastating massacre. Art teacher and artist Orazio Salati began painting his memories on huge canvas before he knew that he was part of the tribe. "The images just came out of me," he told Janet.
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ISBN: 1882530098
ISBN13: 978-1882530090
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Author: Janet Cunningham
Language: English
Publisher: Deep Forest Pr; 2 edition (October 1, 1994)
Pages: 217 pages
ePUB size: 1813 kb
FB2 size: 1403 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 390
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caster
I admit that it's been qute a few years since I read this book but I still have a very warm spot in my heart when I think of it. Janet Cunningham's story is amazing!

Whether or not it actually happened as the people recalled it, is almost not the point. The fact that so much healing happened through this experience gives a certain value to it. However, if I had to bet I would put my money on the fact that it did occur. Some of the reviewers pick about the color of the oncoming soldiers uniforms or the beading on the shirt on the cover, but this misses the whole point of the book.

Reincarnation is not a mainstream belief in our culture so any book that deals with it is going to be attacked. I applaud Ms. Cunningham for her courage in writing the book. Personally I think that reincarnation and past-life regression therapy is an idea whose times has come. When one has experienced a lifetime of a person in another race, sex, or economic status, he can no longer see such a person as "other." Racism, sexism, all kinds of divisions between people will be vanished when we finally open our minds to the fact that we have all been there. Thanks to Janet Cunningham for writing this book and bringing that time closer.
Modigas
When I began reading "A Tribe Returned", I couldn't put it down. The "coincidences" had my hair standing on end and my heart beating. The pictures were evocative and powerful. The combination was incredible.
And I found this book to be particularly inspiring. It has given me permission to look at my own story, in this lifetime and others, to face my own fears, my own pains and to be willing to be vulnerable in front of others and myself. The people in this story heal in real, tangible, healthy ways. Ways that we all want to heal in life.
I recommend this true story for anyone interested in past-lives and spiritual connections, but also for anyone seeking a richer, more meaningful existence.
Delirium
I purchased this book because the author personally performed my first regression. Amazingly, I also saw that I was a member of a Native American tribe. Believe me -- I was a skeptic myself, until I received validation of the events later that night and the next day. However, I prefer not to give the details here. Excellent book by an excellent regressionist.