Grandmother Puddingstone’s New Book “Medicine Wheel Trilogy: Intermediate Guide” Is an Illuminating Resource on Traditional Native American Medical Practice

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Recent release “Medicine Wheel Trilogy: Intermediate Guide” from Page Publishing author Grandmother Puddingstone is a fascinating work and the second in a series presenting Native American legends and folklore as well as the spiritual connection between ceremony and physical well-being.

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Grandmother Puddingstone, a resident of Massachusetts, where she enjoys golfing and walking on nature trails and beaches, has completed her book “Medicine Wheel Trilogy: Intermediate Guide”: a compendium of information on Native American culture, legends, and medicinal practices.

Lost? Confused? Burned out? Defeated? Alone? “The Medicine Wheel Trilogy: Intermediate Guide” can give a person the answers they are searching for.

If readers pick this book up without reading the “Medicine Wheel Trilogy: A Beginners’ Guide” first, the “Intermediate Guide” will not make too much sense to them. The second book in the trilogy adds to the structure of the medicine wheel.

There are no shortcuts in learning the medicine wheel. Readers should learn the medicine wheel one step at a time as in life. First one crawls, then walks, and finally, runs.

Grandmother Puddingstone shares, “Today’s society is so bombarded with electrical stimulation and sensory overload that we have lost our contact with nature. When my friend lost his power for three days during a hurricane, he had no TV, telephone, or computer, he thought he was going to lose his mind. I, on the other hand, welcomed the power loss because the house felt quiet without electrical power stimulating my environment. The Intermediate Guide teaches you to be aware of your senses and to appreciate Mother Earth / Turtle Island. In writing the Intermediate Guide, I want you to explore the dynamics of the medicine wheel and appreciate how the medicine wheel can be extended. Now let’s begin. Aquene—peace.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Grandmother Puddingstone’s book is the result of a lifetime of learning and practice in traditional Native American medicine.

Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase “Medicine Wheel Trilogy: Intermediate Guide” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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