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Prune Harris

Prune has been able to see, feel and instinctively work with energy since her childhood. Named as a Spirit Walker and a Healer by her spirit teachers, she has been dedicated to and apprenticed with Mother Earth since first being called in her early 20s.

She is trained in various healing modalities, including Eden Energy Medicine, Reiki and is a practising Shaman. Through her private practice she helps facilitate individuals towards a deep connection with understanding their Soul Path and in bringing into balance the energy necessary to consciously engage in walking such a Path.

She lives in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, where she works with Elders from the Mi'kmaq First Nation in her work with Integrative Science at Cape Breton University and is the founder of Imaginal Health; an Institute created to bring awareness and consciousness to the health and harmony of Mother Earth and all her inhabitants.

Nkij’inen Teluet / Our Grandmothers’ Words: Traditional Stories For Nurturing
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Indigenous Canadian; First Nations; Mi'kmaq;

Traditional child raising practices recognize that you begin to raise a child from the moment you know you are pregnant, this book shares the Grandmother’s understandings for pregnancy and birth as well as some traditional stories that are used to help guide and nurture parents and children as they grow together.

This book is created by Prune Harris from the words and wisdom of four Grandmothers from the Mi’kmaw Nation of Eskasoni. They are Diana Denny, Murdena Marshall, Susie Marshall and Veronica (Flo) Young.

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Muin and the Seven Bird Hunters
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Indigenous Canadian; First Nations; Mi'kmaq;
Grade Levels: Preschool; Kindergarten; 1; 2; 3;

The story of Muin and the Seven Bird Hunters is a very old Mi'kmaw legend. It happens in the North Sky as the stars that show the story of Muin and the Seven Bird Hunters move around Tatapn, the North Star.

In pictures in this book you can see how these stars, shown as they appear two hours before dawn, move through the night sky. They are in a different position each of the seasons because they are the time-keepers, the calendar. All through the year, as the stars and plants travel through the sky, the Mi'kmaq watch the story of Muin and the Seven Bird Hunters as it unfolds before their eyes.

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Text is in Mi'kmaq and English.

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36 pages | 8.50" x 8.50"

 

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