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Transformation Beyond Greed

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by: Sidney Brown
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Publication Date: November 21, 2014
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 296
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633183636
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Book Synopsis
A book about the origin of Maslow's self-actualization theory and the benefits of this worldview to heal the Native soul wound. "Dr. Brown’s volume carefully describes the source of Abraham Maslow’s theory of self-actualization, which was based on observations of the Siksika tribe of northern Alberta. She elucidates the potential benefits of re-capturing and using the material Maslow interpreted worldview in a manner more congruent with the original Siksika world view, belief system, values, and practices. I am pleased that my people’s ancient truths have been captured and shared accurately." ~ Joseph Stone, psychologist

This book will help heal the soul wound of Native families and individuals across First Nations of Canada and 566 Tribes of the United States. A-32-year-veteran facilitator of healing historical trauma. She speaks the truth. We applaud Dr. Sidney Stone Brown for capturing that sacred process of self-actualization. ~ Theda NewBreast, Native Wellness Institute
Customer Comments
kenneth Feigenbaum
Posted: October 5, 2018
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I look forward to reading this book. I was a colleague of his at Brandeis and have done extensive research on his work with the Blackfoot. I assume that the author is aware of the claims of Narcisse Blood and Heavy Head that he "stole" the "hierarchy of needs" and the related concepts from the Blackfoot Tribe.
Once I read the book I should have more to say.Yes, I tend to be impatient.!
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