Past Life Journeys of Gea and Zen: Life Among Native Americans
Past Life Journeys of Gea and Zen is a true story of two spirits whose magnetic bond transcended time and space. It is a collection of books that guides us through several of their reincarnations. Details of Gea's and Zen's past lives were retrieved through channeling conducted during actual past life sessions that the author had with a gifted medium. Life Among Native Americans portrays the lives of Gea and Zen in the mid 1400's, when they were born into Coast Salish tribes as Tala and Spukani. They were tough-skinned survivors who roamed across the hills and valleys of the Pacific Northwest. As a little boy, Spukani acquired healing powers that made him into a distinguished medicine man. He came to save Tala's life when she was on the verge of death, so they connected and became companions. As their relationship grew, they worked together to heal people from many tribes. Life Among Native Americans is the second book in the collection.
- Paperback | 149 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.65mm | 281.23g
- 12 Apr 2011
- Morrisville, United States