This Way to the Kiva

Poems for the Journey Home

by Robyn Nygumburo Bridges


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£7.86

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/18/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781452514444

About the Book

How do we find physical help for our spiritual quest? Could the structure of ancient kivas in the American Southwest offer a template for the human interface of that path? And what might nature, embedded in the kiva itself, reveal to us about our own belonging, no matter where or how we live? These are questions author and transpersonal therapist Robyn Bridges has explored for over thirty years, winding through the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Arizona while discovering the healing power of nature. From her own blessed and challenging life experiences, resulting in years of unplanned solitude, she has quested and found meaning, solace, and support from the divine, the human community, and the natural world. This Way to the Kiva chronicles that journey and its attendant discoveries.


About the Author

Robyn Nygumburo Bridges has lived in Bozeman, Montana for over 30 years, seeking spiritual and psychological sustenance in the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Arizona while exploring the interface between the outer and inner landscape.
After specializing as a body-mind-spirit counselor during 25 years of private practice, Robyn now devotes herself to writing, speaking engagements, and reveling both in the natural world and in her community. She continues to live in Bozeman and travels extensively.
Robyn is the author of three “Medicine” books: Moose Medicine: Healing Wisdom from the Natural World, Two-Legged Medicine: How to be Your Own Brilliant Therapist, and Turtle Medicine: The Art of Swimming Sideways. Now, This Way to the Kiva: Poems for the Journey Home, is her first formally published poetry book, with several others in publication process. Explore www.booksbyrobynbridges.com or robynbridges.com and order through your local bookstore, Balboa Press or www.amazon.com.