Corn Woman Sings

Corn Woman Sings

"Do you want to know?" the spirit asked twenty-three-year-old Eleanor Barrón Druckrey in 1967. At the time, the young woman was not quite ready. Ten years later and still stalked by spirits day and night, Barrón Druckrey accepted the invitation to embark on a journey of discovery through her dreams. She began to understand a pattern of brilliance and beauty related to the ancient past when magic, wonder, and awe reigned throughout the native cultures in the Americas.Drawn from more than thirty years of recorded dreams, Corn Woman Sings brings Native American traditions to life. Interwoven with Barrón Druckrey's personal stories and discussions on the legends of the great dreamers, Corn Woman's legacy lays a path of transformation and renewal for the modern-day curandera, medicine woman and mystic, in all walks of life.Corn Woman Sings shows you how to start building a dream map that will lead you to personal transformation. It illustrates the process of opening up to your inner self and starting the process of uniting mind, body, and spirit. Only time will tell what you might witness in your dreams.


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