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Walking in Your Power

This book by Barbara M. Derrick will help readers begin to look at their own stories as a pathway to their own healing and inner wisdom.

Barbara M. Derrick

During the writing of this book, Walking in Your Power, my mother passed away quite suddenly in January 24th, 2016. I dedicate the grizzly bear to her, as I see my late mother smiling back at me from the heavens. There is an old photo of her when she was 16 years old, fresh out of residential school with that sly look about her, quietly sitting on horse tack and rope. She was a woman who was not only physically strong but who inwardly "forged steel." In this book, Muskwa shares her tears, fears, anger and tribulation in various chapters and not to be thought of as her continued "resentment." Instead, the character steps forward to share from a place that will help readers begin to look at their own stories as a pathway to their own healing and inner wisdom to "let go, let God." (From Native Art Studio)