Ten elders are interviewed from cross-cultural perspectives on the epidemic condition recognized worldwide by indigenous cultures as Soul Loss. Elders from American Indian cultures, Jungian psychologists, energy healers, ministers, an astrologer, educators and activists speak candidly on their personal views and life experience as it relates to Soul Loss in our present day culture. Their wisdom and guidance provides insights and hope for healing and for the evolution of humankind as we traverse these troubled times.
“In Remembering the Ancestral Soul, Jane Ely guides the reader to the core of one of the most widespread psychological problems in western society-soul loss. In her fascinating approach, she provides a variety of perspectives from different cultures where we truly learn to understand the impact soul loss can have on every aspect of our lives and are presented with invaluable solutions. To fully heal we need to bring our lost soul pieces back and integrate them. This book is a must read for anybody with the desire to become whole again and create peace in their lives and their world.”
Kay Whitaker, Ph.D., Author of The Reluctant Shaman and The Sacred Link