This is the story of a group of twenty-three people, many of whom in the beginning did not know each other, who recovered a mutual lifetime in an American Indian tribe that was massacred by white soldiers. Slowly & painfully over a ten-year period each of the participants recovered not only memory of his own experience but also details of the lives of others in the tribe. The reluctant catalyst for the recovery of this lifetime was the regression therapist, Janet Cunningham, & it was her task to lead the participants, who had died angry & bewildered, into a mutual healing. In the process, the lives of the former tribal members changed, often moving into a state of increased balance, & all became healers of one sort or another. The beauty of the story is enhanced by the oil paintings of Orazio Salati, who was able to paint his experiences from that lifetime. The recovery of the memories is carefully documented by a wise & mature therapist whose first concern is with the validity of the experience. For those who doubt the existence of past lives, this book presents a challenge. Those who have experienced the reality of other lifetimes will find here a moving account of healing from trauma brought in from a former life. Obtain from Deep Forest Press, P.O. Drawer 4, Crest Park, CA 92326. Tel: 909-337-1179.Janet Cunningham is the author of 'A Tribe Returned', published 1994 under ISBN 9781882530090 and ISBN 1882530098.