Phoenix Rising: No-Eyesa Vision of the Changes to Come

Phoenix Rising No Eyesa Vision of the Changes to Come Mary Summer Rain s relationship with the old and wise Indian shaman No Eyes introduced in Spirit Song continues as she reveals to Mary her compelling visions of the future From the setting in the s

  • Title: Phoenix Rising: No-Eyesa Vision of the Changes to Come
  • Author: Mary Summer Rain
  • ISBN: 9781878901620
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mary Summer Rain s relationship with the old and wise Indian shaman No Eyes, introduced in Spirit Song, continues, as she reveals to Mary her compelling visions of the future From the setting in the simple mountain cabin, No Eyes takes her on a sometimes frightening journey through time, viewing the upheavals to come through a unique perspective, on timeless paths that feMary Summer Rain s relationship with the old and wise Indian shaman No Eyes, introduced in Spirit Song, continues, as she reveals to Mary her compelling visions of the future From the setting in the simple mountain cabin, No Eyes takes her on a sometimes frightening journey through time, viewing the upheavals to come through a unique perspective, on timeless paths that few have ever traveled.Second in a celebrated and best selling series, which includes Spirit Song, Dreamwalker, Phantoms Afoot, Daybreak, Soul Sounds, Mountains, Meadows, and Moonbeams Young Spirit , and Whispered Wisdom, Phoenix Rising gives the reader an understanding of the relationship between the Earth Mother and the creatures who inhabit her domain It s a book that is already a classic for its philosophical insight and the powerful lyricism of the author s portrayal of the beautiful mountains of Colorado And, as always, the unique relationship between teacher and student is delightfully rendered.

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    1. A lot of this book since 1985 has come true (minor sections have not). Everytime I see a 'self-serve' counter in a grocery store reminds me of this book. It also talks about how the government (yes, the US Government) will try to create jobs but will be fruitless since big business was going to leave nothing but empty shells for factories as they moved operations overseas. Great book-look forward to that 'golden age' around the corner

    2. I remember when I read this long long ago that I was disappointed there wasn't MORE from No Eyes in this book, especially given the title. Seems like there was more wisdom in Spirit Song.

    3. Phoenix Rising was one of the first books I read when I became conscious on my spiritual journey, way back in 1989. I remember being both enthralled and horrified, and for the first time, I was able to relate to John's book of Revelation.Spirit guided me to return to No-Eyes' astonishing prophetic voice, and unlike so many other new-age prophecy, No-Eyes, blind from birth, has seen truly. Utterly without personal knowledge of finance or the global financial markets, she was nonetheless accurate [...]

    4. just so everyone knows- Mary Summer Rain writes fiction- please google"is Mary Summer Rain a fake"Found this site that says her real name is Mary Leigh and she is Polish.everything2/index?nMary Summer Rain created by gleeme(person) by gleeme (3.5 mon) (print) ? 1 C! Fri May 24 2002 at 17:05:23Full Name: originally Mary Leigh (Polish surname unknown), legally changed to Mary Summer RainBorn: December 12, 1945 at 3:05 a.m.Died: N/A, still livingProfession: authorChosen Genre: 'Native American spir [...]

    5. I tried and tried and much of what was discussed by No-Eyes has come to pass. I could not get beyond the entitled/helpless white female narrator whose voice is completely patronizing to her Native American mentor No-Eyes. This is my biggest complaint about cross-cultural stories, narratives and etc. Why must the White voice always dominate and patronize an otherwise very informative and useful text, WHY?

    6. If you want to become a nervous wreck and fearful about the predicted future in this book, I recommend it. Otherwise, stay away. If you feel at peace and want to try to end your peacefulness, read this book. I agree with one of the other comments below that the white narrator is patronizing and disrespectful of No Eyes and that deterred me from finishing it. I couldn't get past chapter 4.

    7. More than a few of the predictions from "no eyes" have come true since this book was written. More will be seen in the days and months to come. A realty check for anyone thinking life will go on without mankind changing negative attitudes and negative ways of living on earth.

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