Val cook and Jill Little invite readers to take their positive, powerful techniques to spread the medicine of love to heal the world. Their ceremonies, based on indigenous roots, celebrate joy and comfort the grieving. Readers are inspired to embrace these new traditions and other tools that can spread love to adults and children alike. The authors’ fresh approach invites everyone to change from their chaos and negativity to personal light and inner peace; to become the ‘medicine’ that makes the difference in our circle of love.
What people are saying:
“A must read for anyone who longs for warmth within their heart. Beautifully written with a message of hope
for the world. a spiritual awakening book, filled with personal stories and a river of love that ignites the reader to “Share the Medicine of Love’”
Laura’s List: Books for Women
“This book is divine timing. A must to bring back the sacred for women.”
-Bonita Shear CFR
Kundalini Yoga Instructor
About the authors:
Val Cook, a Native American, is a life resident of the Onondaga Nation (South of Syracuse, NY). She is a member of the Mohawk Nation, Akwesasne, NY, and of the Wolf Clan. She is the eldest of ten siblings and a mother of two beautiful daughters and a handsome son; grandmother of nine. Growing up with family, clan,
community and nation ideals helped to develop her awareness of instincts, spirituality and common sense. She remains a dreamer and storyteller of moral values that can be useful to everyone.
Jill Little has devoted her life to the education of children and their teachers. She is a retired professor LeMoyne College) who continues to advance the notion that love and belonging must take priority in our lives. Sharing the Medicine of Love demonstrates the power of this philosophy and invites everyone to use
these life changing approaches to connect with their family and loved ones.
Sharing the Medicine of Love
On sale November 10, 2008 at Creekside Books, Skaneateles and www.medicineoflove.com
We are donating part of the proceeds of our book to different charities on a rotating basis. For 2008-2009 we are giving to Vera House, Hope for the Bereaved, Agape Children of Vermont and the Thirteen Grandmothers. As time passes, these charities will change.