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Feel Your Heart and Follow Your Feet free pdf Ellie Blair worked with the Native American Tiwa Tribe in Taos, New Mexico for 14 months and lived in Taos for 12 years. Her journey began after a conversation with a complete stranger at the Mind Body Spirit show in London in 1996. The stranger explained that the source of the most wonderful Silver and Turquoise jewellery was from the Tiwa Tribe in New Mexico. This book is a travelogue of sorts but more than that, it's a story about walking towards the unknown without fear and it is a memoir of an unforgettable life in which the author was able to embrace each and every unexpected opportunity that came her way including becoming a radio broadcaster and piloting hot air balloons. She hopes this book will inspire others to follow their heart as she did.

About Ellie Blair

Ellie Blair was born in Hamilton, Scotland and studied Social Psychology. She worked in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Health Care for many years and started to look at self development through meditation, literature, and travel. She is widely travelled and has an interest in Anthropology, Geography, Ancestral Belief Systems and Ancient Healing Methods which is partly what led to her to becoming interested in the mystical spiritual landscapes of Taos. She is also a qualified Massage Therapist and Reiki Healer and is interested in other forms of Holistic Medicine. Her life's interests and experiences led her to write this book and she describes it as a privilege and a joy to put on paper the events, situations and experiences before and during her life in Taos.

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Author : Ellie Blair
Publisher : The Cloister House Press
Data Published : 01 January 2014
ISBN : 1909465208
EAN : 9781909465206
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 114 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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