A Cherokee Elder’s Guide to Parenting
By Tsolagiu M.A. RuizRazo
In this guide for parents of all cultures and traditions, RuizRazo shows how to help children discover their individual purpose—and ensure they will work toward restoring harmony to human relations and balance to Mother Earth.
Every child deserves to have a meaningful and informative connection with the natural world. Drawing on the Cherokee Nation’s earliest teachings, RuizRazo imparts practical wisdom, interwoven with insights into the forces of nature, to assist parents each step of the way—from the time before conception through the teenage years. Included are ceremonies and techniques for strengthening a child physically, emotionally, and spiritually, to ensure a better future for all.
“A . . . terrific manual for people who wish to raise their children consciously and wisely.”
—New Age Retailer
“A wonderful guide for parenting—simple yet full of wisdom. A must-read for anyone who wants to find their way and guide their children or grandchildren.”
Cherokee/Seneca author of Medicine Cards
“Practical and effective. . . . An excellent book for parents and parent trainers alike.”
—Sam Goldstein, PhD
Coauthor of Raising Resilient Children
“Lovely nuggets of instruction throughout the book. . . . I do hope for more from RuizRazo.”
Author of Birthing from Within
• 2004 Recipient of Children of the New Earth Magazine’s Seal of Excellence
Tsolagiu M.A. RuizRazo, whose name means “the woman who walks in the spirit world,” is a Wolf Clan Cherokee elder who travels widely throughout the Western world teaching indigenous wisdom. A mother, grandmother, and healer, she lives on thirty-seven acres in Tennessee with her husband Rahkweeskeh and three wolves. She has also published a collection of poetry titled Spirit of the White Wolf Woman.
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