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The Medicine Path: A return to the healing ways of our indigenous ancestors Paperback – March 16 2014

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Jaki Daniels lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with her husband of thirty-six years, Chris. Their two grown sons, Colin and Jay, live nearby. Based in Calgary, Canada she has been a natural healing arts practitioner for 27 years. While originally focusing on herbalism, aromatherapy, and natural foods, her practice has grown and evolved to embrace the indigenous medicine-woman healing ways. Having apprenticed in ceremonial protocol with Cree Elder Fishwoman for 14 years she is a Pipe Carrier and Lodge Keeper (sweat lodge), hosting community ceremonies on a regular basis, including an annual Vision Quest with Fishwoman. Jaki offers her unique gifts through her healing practice, teaching, and writing. She released her first book, Heeding the Call, in 2007, and is currently working on her third, tentatively titled The Tranquil Kitchen.

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