Synopses & Reviews
Mary Summer Rain's relationship with the old and wise Indian shaman No-Eyes, introduced in Spirit Song
, continues, as she reveals to Mary her compelling visions of the future. From the setting in the simple mountain cabin, No-Eyes takes her on a sometimes frightening journey through time, viewing the upheavals to come through a unique perspective, on timeless paths that few have ever traveled.
Second in a celebrated and best-selling series, which includes Spirit Song, Dreamwalker, Phantoms Afoot, Daybreak, Soul Sounds, Mountains, Meadows, and Moonbeams(Young Spirit), and Whispered Wisdom, Phoenix Rising gives the reader an understanding of the relationship between the Earth Mother and the creatures who inhabit her domain. It's a book that is already a classic for its philosophical insight and the powerful lyricism of the author's portrayal of the beautiful mountains of Colorado. And, as always, the unique relationship between teacher and student is delightfully rendered.
Deep in the Colorado mountains, Mary learns from the Native American wise woman No-Eyes about human spiritual development, the future of our planet, and the interrelationship of all life.
Whisked away on a harrowing journey into the future, Mary receives an awe-inspiring and disturbing vision of the coming Earth changes.