The portal in the park : the teachings of Brown Feather
A modern day young woman takes a trek into beautiful Letchworth State park on horseback. After being thrown and suffering a blow to the head, she regains consciousness and finds herself in the late 1700s. Even stranger, she is in a male body - a Seneca Indian medicine man named Brown Feather. As him, she teaches the tribe and the reader about Ego versus Soul, The Law of Attraction, and how to manifest your desires into reality- all of which transform her life and the Seneca tribe Brown Feather grows to love so dearly. The tale also shares a little bit of local western New York as well as the basic fundamentals of natural medicine.
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|Bell Memorial Library - Nunda||FIC R Local History (Text)