|Power, Table of Contents, Volume 38, No. 3||| Print ||
8 TAMING THE ANGRY STALLION Linda Kohanov
The power of nonviolence
20 THE CAVE Michael Harner
A quest for shamanic powers
26 BODY CONSCIOUSNESS Patty de Llosa
Listening to the energies of the body
34 LONGING FOR THE BELOVED Mirabai Starr
Teresa of Avila—and grief—teach a mighty lesson
42 TRANSFORMING THE POWER OF THE EARTH Lorraine Kreahling
A house explodes; a new way is found
48 EFFORTLESS POWER Peter Ralston
Anchoring the body
58 THE OLD WOMAN’S MIRACULOUS POWERS Mary Grace Orr
A Zen tale
62 “WHAT DID YOU SEE?”
A conversation with photographer Camille Seaman
72 THE CALL OF THE EARTH Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Reconnecting to the sacred, from a Sufi teacher
?80 COYOTE CROSSINGS Alison Townsend
“God’s Dog” displays its powers
?88 Turning to a greater power Bill W.
Advice from the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous
Three poems by Mary Oliver
?54I’m Not the River
?55Do the Trees Speak
?56I’m Feeling Fabulous, Possibly Too Much So. But I Love It
?92 THE Silent SURPASSING ONES J.M. White
A journey into Zuni
Douglas E. Christie|reviewed by James L. Elder
Bradley Malkovsky|reviewed by Bill Williams
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