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Vusumazulu Credo Mutwa tells the story of his life as an artist, political activist, and healer. Mutwa, the most famous African traditional healer of the 20th century, shares the wisdom of Africa’s traditional sangomas and healers in this beautiful volume, which includes an audio CD that captures the prayers, sacred songs, and sounds of the culture. In addition to his works as a healer and champion of native South Africans and their culture, Mutwa is an outspoken artist and critic best known for his sculpture and paintings. Includes audio CD.
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Bradford Keeney, PhD, is the editor of the previous Profiles of Healing books and is the author of Shaking Out the Spirits, Aesthetics of Change, and Mind in Therapy.
“The wisdom of Africa surfacing today begins with Nelson Mandela and Credo Mutwa—Mutwa’s mythology complements Mandela’s political journey.” —Lusiah Teish, author of Jambalaya and Carnival of the Spirit
“The time is ripe for this series . . . soul-stirring quotations, personal narratives . . . luxurious photographs, and compact discs of prayers, sacred songs, ceremonies, and teachings.” —Spirituality & Health magazine
“One of the most exquisite collections of pictures and prose in print.” —Body & Soul Magazine
“Each book stands alone, but [the series] provides a whole larger than the sum of the parts . . . Breathtaking.” —Milton Erickson Foundation Newsletter
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Book Description Leete'S Island Books, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0918172268