Jamie Lee is a well-loved author, speaker, and educator. The thousands who have encountered her work through the family constellation work, her workshops, and author visits to schools and bookstores agree that her vision and heart always shine through. Jamie has an MA in Human Development and was an instructor at Oglala Lakota College the past five years. She has recently relocated to Northern Minnesota to build a straw bale house on ten acres with her husband, Milt Lee.
A beautiful exploration of how our culture has failed to maintain meaningful rites of passage for our young. As a result, they create their own destructive subcultures. Offers a strong vision for change.
A visionary story of a young Lakota man who is taken to the spirit realm and told the story of "the wind of a thousand years." Now, as an old man, he must share that story with the world so that we can help to nurture the "weavers," children who will bring about a great transformation.
Published: December 1, 2009.
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An award-winning and beautiful story of friendship between a young Lakota boy and a white boy during a time of great change. Little Chief dreams of a white bear tied to a tree and bleeding at the neck. His grandfather tells him the dream is Wakan and he must watch for this bear—or something like it. The story is based on the dream of Leon Hale, a Lakota man from South Dakota