pwwcardcvrPath of the White Wolf

by Robin Tekwelus Youngblood & Sandra D’Entremont

Wolf Medicine is that of the teacher, the pathfinder, and the mentor. Through teachings and practices held sacred by indigenous cultures for thousands of years, Path of the White Wolf takes the reader on a nine-month Shamanic Journey of renewal and rebirth around the Seven Sacred Directions of the Universal Medicine Wheel. In today’s modern world, many of us are yearning for connection and satisfaction in work, relationships, and spirituality. In Path of the White Wolf, co-authors Robin Tekwelus Youngblood and Sandy D’Entremont combine traditional native teachings with contemporary shamanic practices to guide readers through a journey to spiritual understanding. Using simple rituals, meditations, and a series of thought-provoking exercises, Path of the White Wolf teaches the reader how to develop their own individual connection to the world around them and a renewed sense of purpose and meaning in their daily lives. To buy our book, please click here

About the Authors

Robin Tekwelus Youngblood is of Native American descent, with ties to several tribes. By combining her unique heritage with the study of indigenous cultures all over the world, Robin has devoted her life to shamanic healing and practice. She is an internationally acclaimed public speaker, facilitator of spiritual growth workshops, and the author of many feature articles and columns.Sandy D Entremont is a life-long student of earth-based spiritual practices. Her shamanic work focuses on supporting women s circles and ceremonies, including performing and presenting at conferences, seminars and retreats. Sandy is also a published technical writer with over 20 years of professional experience. She is currently working on a novel.


“I have two special words for this book: useful and beneficial. As disharmony with the natural world reaches crisis proportions, this kind of personal work to connect yourself in a good way to the cycles of life and All Our Relations is not only potent, but vital. Serve yourself and your world by reading and practicing what is given here.”  ~ Brooke Medicine Eagle, author of Buffalo Woman Comes Singing and The Last Ghost Dance

Because the Creator gave each of us a special way of understanding life, sometimes the Creator gives us teachings from many nations and peoples that we can all share. With an open mind, you will enjoy the generous teachings in this book. ~ Vi Hilbert, taq W seblu, Upper Skagit Elder and Author of the Lushootseed Dictionary and Haboo: Native American Stories from Puget Sound

Sandy and Robin have given to others a true teaching of divine order and timing with their gentle approach to learning communication with the Great Spirit. This teaching guides us in understanding connection, healing, and flow. I have deep respect for the work presented in these teachings. ~ Rhonda Meals, HD, PhD, Cherokee/Chickasaw, author of Dancing with the Raven