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Lynn Andrews is the author of nineteen books, including the New York Times bestsellers Medicine Woman and Jaguar Woman. A preeminent teacher in the field of personal development and spirituality, she is the founder of the Lynn Andrews Center for Sacred Arts and Training.
In her seventh book relating her shamanic training, Andrews dives deeper into the teachings of the Sisterhood of the Shields. Guided by Agnes Whistling Elk, Andrews enters the Sacred Dreamtime to explore her past life as a young girl, Catherine, in medieval England. There she is taught by a wise old woman. Catherine falls in love, and when the love affair does not go well, she loses her soul. She must go on a spiritual journey to retrieve her soul and her strength. As always, Andrews provides a good, strong story that balances the dramatic with the spiritual. Moreover, Andrews relates a great deal of philosophical thought without excessive commentary. The strength of the teaching forces the reader to greater awareness. Recommended for public libraries.-- Gail Wood, Montgomery Coll. Lib., Germantown, Md.
This glacially paced account of the author's regression to a previous medieval lifetime in which she learns ancient mysteries follows Medicine Woman and other reports of Andrews's past lives. Guided by two Indian shaman women, Agnes Whistling Elk and Ruby Plenty Chiefs, the narrator takes up, in ``Dreamtime,'' the life of a young English noblewoman, Catherine, as she is taught by a crone she calls Grandmother about the women of the Wyrrd, who long predate Western culture and worship the ``firstness of women.'' Catherine/Andrews learns mental skills such as healing, movement out of the body and communication with animals. She also meets a young nobleman who refuses her love to retain his position in his current lifetime, leaving the narrator to find her own salvation. Reading like historical romance, this will be snapped up by Andrews's large following. $40,000 ad/promo; author tour. (Oct.)