In his book, Dare to exist, the author lifts the veil on the keys to the ancestral indigenous wisdom that she had known several years before, while her work has led her to work with several communities and peoples from the First Nations. It was by approaching their teaching that she healed herself from deep wounds of the soul, bringing in her beneficial peace.
Written in an autobiographical manner, the story of the author Rachel L’Abbé tells her story since her childhood in the Outaouais and her encounter with the First Nations, when she was initiated to the ancestral indigenous wisdom. “In 2009, I started my Aboriginal tourism consulting business,” explains Rachel L’Abbé. From 2009 to 2018, I met 55 indigenous communities. “
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