Igniting the Ancestral Memory of Aboriginal & Hungarian Forgotten Ties
This courageous true story takes you on a journey with a woman who leaves her successful business life in Ottawa, and moves to the west coast of Canada to immerse herself in the healing renaissance taking place amongst the Coast Salish First Nations. She marries Wade, a member of a prominent hereditary chieftanship family. In the process of helping him walk his healing path, she starts a spiritual archeological journey into her own suppressed royal European past. It is a very personal account of how ancestral issues across two cultures, and past DNA memory, spirit memory, affects decision making and life choices in the present.
Inspiring revelations about two cultures co-existing in the 21st century by North Vancouver author.
In her first book, “Spirit Memory – Igniting the Ancestral Memory of Aboriginal & Hungarian forgotten Ties” Mary Tasi gives a unique insight into cross-cultural customs and life within the Squamish Nation as a young wife married to artist Wade Baker. She traces back the origins of her husband’s family to the early explorers, Hudson Bay fur traders and Chieftains, and mirrors her own Hungarian ancestral family, finding similarities in ancient historical events. She shows how ancestral DNA across two cultures affects life choices in the present. Join us at Ethical Kitchen for a special celebration launch, co-hosted by Barbara Schellenberg, owner, and Mary’s family. Everyone is welcome.
Chief Byron Moon says of the book: “Acutely perceptive writing about how blood memory affects one’s decision making and life choices”.
Rosalyn Bruyere, Author of “Wheels of Light” quotes: “Mary’s journey has the unmistakable ring of ancient wisdom and brings healing on many levels to those who read it.”
Officially Launched September 10th, 2012
Mary was born in Hampshire, England. She has lived in Toronto, Oakville, Waterloo, Ottawa and North Vancouver. She is descended from an ancient Hungarian lineage, and has spent many summers researching her ancestry.
Mary Tasi graduated from the University of Waterloo in 1980 with an honours degree in Environmental Studies. She worked in the urban planning and design profession for over 20 years in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia.
She has also lived within the Squamish Nation on the North Shore of Vancouver since 1995. As a result, she has developed a keen insight and understanding of coastal First Nation’s customs, wisdom, and oral storytelling traditions.
Today, she lives in North Vancouver with her daughter, Hungarian Puli dog Mutzi and her husband, award winning west coast artist Wade Baker. This is her first book. When not spending time writing, she likes to meet her friends at independent coffee shops with an ocean view.
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