Author and wisdom keeper Granddaughter Crow joins me to discuss her new book, Belief, Being, and Beyond: Your Journey to Questioning Ideas, Deconstructing Concepts & Healing from Harmful Belief Systems.

Granddaughter Crow (Dr. Joy Gray) holds a doctorate in leadership. Internationally recognized as a medicine person, she comes from a long line of spiritual leaders as a member of the Navajo Nation. She is the author of The Journey of the Soul, Wisdom of the Natural World (Llewellyn 2021), and Belief, Being, and Beyond (Llewellyn, June 2022.)

Founding CEO of The Eagle Heart Foundation, a non-profit organization. She dedicates her life to inspiring, encouraging, and empowering individuals to be their authenticity. Belief, Being & Beyond. We are more similar than we are different! There is more beyond our own beliefs, we all have blind spots. Presenting a groundbreaking new paradigm for understanding a variety of perspectives,

Granddaughter Crow invites you to delve into ideas outside the dogma you may have previously been taught. By exploring your own pre-existing beliefs and the themes various spiritual and cultural traditions all share, you can heal thoughts that may be hurting you and others. Belief, Being, and Beyond uses a variety of spiritual concepts and scientific findings to engage you in deep self-reflection and growth. In addition to sharing inspiring anecdotes from her own life,

Granddaughter Crow explores a larger pattern of the human psyche. Reflecting through the longing for a creation, a flood, a hero, an end-of-times, and afterlife within many belief systems reveals a pattern of who and what we are as the human race. These stories, along with journal prompts, tarot insights, and wisdom from the cycles of nature, help you to truly know yourself and empower you to live with an open mind.

At this point in history, the human race is faced with all types of challenges. The social climate has been agitated and the unspoken differences are now coming to the forefront. As we all stand within our own beliefs, we need to expand our consciousness and recognize where we are, where we would like to go, and what we will become together. Building a community on the ideology that we are more similar than we are different.

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