For over a decade, Catriona MacGregor has supported individuals in realizing their dreams and organizations in achieving their visions as a coach and consultant. She is an authority on global environmental trends and has worked in the U.S., Bulgaria, Latin America, China, Japan, and Russia. In her work, Catriona helps people develop connections to the natural world, creating work that positively impacts the world.
Catriona is also the founder of Awen Grove, an international non-profit dedicated to bringing the inspiration and wisdom of nature to benefit people’s lives and the Earth. Through this foundation, Catriona offers youth quest nature adventures, support for outdoor education programs, and scholarships. She is a contributor to Healing the Heart of the World: Harnessing the Power of Intention to Change Your Life and the Planet, along with Carolyn Myss, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Masaru Emoto, Fritjof Capra, Thich Nhat Hanh and others.
Catriona lives in Fairfax, California, with her husband, fifteen-year-old son, and many animal friends, both domestic and wild.
?ynthia Bend, Water Spirit Woman, co-author of Birth of a Modem Shaman
"A rich panorama of our native heritage which allows the seeker access to the heart of the Path of Beauty. Ed McGaa has walked this path so that all people may live in harmony."
Samie Sams, Hancoka Olowanpi, author of Midnight Song: Quest for the Vanished Ones
"Ed McGaa is one of the first persons who can write about 0glala religion in the first person because he has lived it. For years anthropologists have hoped a Native American would portray that society from the inside out. Ed McGaa has. It's about time."
William K. Powers, author of 0glala Religion
"Fascinating as well as inspiring reading. Ed McGaa makes an excellent spiritual guide and intellectual teacher . . . The information stimulates the mind, the drawings delight the eye, and the ideas soothe the spirit."
Jack Weatherford, author of Indian Givers
"Profound and insightful . . . Mother Earth Spirituality will be of great importance to those of us, both 'rainbow' and non-Indian people, who walk over land in search of a deeper spiritual life . . . For us, this book is an invaluable guide showing us how to do it."
Fred Alm Wolf, Ph.D., author of Taking the Quantum Leap