Lakota Elder, Teacher and Writer on Radio show – Basil Braveheart

Hello Beautiful Sacred Friends-
I encourage you, if you feel called, to listen to this radio show (and even consider getting the amazing book) with Basil Braveheart.

Basil Braveheart is a Lakota elder and teacher and author. He speaks of Sacredness in a way that only someone raised in the old ways of native people’s can speak of it. All is sacred. All is part of Spirit. All we do is an act of prayer and we are touched by prayer when we touch a flower, a glass of water, each other…

Radio Interview with Basil Brave Heart
is available at the link below:


If you are interested in Basil’s book, The Spiritual Journey of a Brave Heart, you can order it at:

Or call – Wallace Carlson Printing – 952-545-1645

I read the book several months ago and then gave it away to a fellow friend who is part Native American and was in the Vietnam War and suffers from PTSD. I need to get another copy to read it again. It’s a powerful story, very powerful. And beautifully written. I so honor Basil and his work. He has helped so many Native peoples recover from severe alcoholism and other PTSD issues. Such a beautiful spirit gracing our world these days. Such a gift.

blessings and hugs to all… xoxo m

About Mare Cromwell

Mare Cromwell is a nature mystic and the (multi) award-winning author of "The Great Mother Bible", "Messages from Mother.... Earth Mother", and "If I gave you God's phone number.... Searching for Spirituality in America." She has studied with Native American teachers for nineteen years and sits on the Seven Generations World Wisdom Council. Mare calls Western Maryland her home. To learn more about her books, go to (Note: she is a former worm herder. ;~)
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One Response to Lakota Elder, Teacher and Writer on Radio show – Basil Braveheart

  1. Edwindelgado longwind says:

    Bless my Brothers and Sister-Wakan Tanka.

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