Franki Storlie believes that every person possesses a spirit heart and soul that waits to be reawakened and longs to seek spiritual knowledge. In her guidebook Animal Totem Guides: Messages for the World, Storlie relies on her Native American ancestry and her personal experiences to provide clear direction on how each of us can connect with our own souls and spiritual guides, ultimately realizing true joy, inner peace, wisdom, and love in the process.
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Storlie has been studying and practicing spiritual teachings for the past twenty years and partners with nature in order to teach others how to meditate, bond with their inner selves, and find balance in a busy and often chaotic world. As she shares twelve totem animal stories that illustrate each animal?s characteristics and area of influence, she encourages others to begin connecting with the power animals that protect, guide, and communicate wisdom through our own hearts and souls.
Animal Totem Guides: Messages for the World provides guidance and wisdom for anyone interesting in walking a new spiritual pathway beside power animals who, through their gifts of strength and illumination, will not only help us heal ourselves, but also our beautiful Earth.