“The Sacred Tree - Reflections on Native American Spirituality” with the introduction by Dr. Jane Goodall DBE.
You can find it on Amazon (click to see).
It is a very condensed yet enlightening book on the values, beliefs, culture, medicine wheel and all that is essential from the Native American People from North America. To me it is one of the most valuable resources to learn from and use in my family life and for myself in all my relationships. I see it as a humbling resource full of the wisdom that we all need to hear and ponder today.
If you want to know more about Sacred Storytelling, Leah Lamb is my teacher and the one I love learning from: https://leahlamb.com/. She is inspirational and a role model for me, when it comes to storytelling.
Thanks to a dear friend of mine I just discovered Tanya Rubinstein's work from Somatic Writing.
She has free events where she is guiding participants to connect with the land, body and ancestors. Highly recommended! New and very interesting insights come from this type of experiences. She is magical in her work and guidance!
See her upcoming events here: https://www.somaticwriting.com/events.
If you want to integrate art into your work with the Ancestors, I learned intuitive drawing from Kristen Myers when she had a workshop in collaboration with Leah Lamb: https://speakthespark.teachable.com/p/intuitive-drawing-for-creative-empowerment-bundle
I always use drawing as a way to tap into the wisdom I need for my work, transformation or anything I need help with in life. This workshop series actually came to me after using intuitive drawing!