Chris Kavelin has a PhD in Law on “The Protection of Indigenous Medical Knowledge: Transforming Law to Engage Indigenous Spiritual Concerns." His father specialised in Indigenous Psychology and they lived and worked with several Native American communities. His deepest joy has been to continually learn about various aspects ofIndigenous Epistemologies: particularly spiritual wisdom around health and medicine, from some Indigenous friends and confidantes among Native American, Pacific, Maori and Aboriginal communities. He has a deep passion for translating essential elements of those spiritual understandings for himself, his children and for those of other cultures.
The 2nd Book in the series "Honouring Indigenous Spiritual Technologies." Three themes: 1: The author tracks down major pharmaceutical drugs to the plants and Indigenous communities of origin. 2: Explores Indigenous technologies for purifying and protecting water. 3: Explores Indigenous technologies that unlock latent genetic capacities of our ancestors and heal intergenerational illnesses.
Is there a “next world”? Are loved ones who have died somehow still with us?
We are each connected with the spiritual realm. Some may call spiritual forces ancestors, others angels or still others, the names of forms of divine power in their traditions. Whatever their names, these forces work intimately with us when we seek to be of service to others. This book shares lessons in this practice.