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Janet Michele Red Feather

Janet Michele Red Feather
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Janet Michele Red Feather, J.D., M.A., is a ceremonial singer who has learned over 60 traditional songs in Mandan and Lakota and sings in nine different languages. Janet was a full-time defense litigator in California for nearly eight years. Her life changed significantly after she traveled to North Dakota in 1993 to fast and pray for a way of life. A regular columnist for The Edge, she has also appeared in Psychic Guidepost, FATE Magazine and Species Link. Her book, Song of the Wind (2014, Galde Press), dealt with her experiences as an empath, and her journey through Mandan spiritual culture. She is currently a full-time, tenured English faculty member at Normandale Community College, having taught Composition and Literature for a span of 20 years.

Spirit Leaves: First Fast

Ignorance is most certainly not bliss. As a thirtysomething living in California, my spirituality was just opening. Without benefit of hothouse protection, I bloomed...

Spirit Leaves: A Sacred Feast

Eastern wisdom enjoins, "The body is the Temple. Care for it; respect it." Going beyond a glib reception of the words, we awaken to...

Spirit Leaves: Beyond the Sliding Doors

It is winter, and a fringe of pinkish white light clings to night's hem. I gaze upward through sliding doors at a dew-encrusted moon...

Spirit Leaves: Near Death in the suburbs of Philadelphia

Usually when we hear of Near Death Experience or NDE, we think of a hospital patient in an etherized state, surgical lamp poised directly...

Spirit Leaves: Eagle, Book and Medicine Man

A PUFF OF WHITE MIST emanates from a vent off my fourth-floor balcony, adding to the ghostly feeling of midwinter. Below me, the icy river...

Spirit Leaves: The Professor and the Guru

THERE ARE NO ACCIDENTS. In browsing my favorite thrift store, I came upon an invaluable treasure. The synchronicity of this particular find was instantly...

Spiritual Centers and You: In the Temple of the Heart

SPIRITUAL CENTERS ARE NOT always where you would expect to find them. Their hulls are as varied as the seekers within them. Synagogue, temple,...

Awakening to the Present Moment: The Lotus and the Woodpecker

I'M NOT PICKY about when or where I meditate. When the urge strikes, I sit quietly, inhale deeply, and wait for my guides to come...