Western culture to often separates the body from the mind and both from the spirit. It further separates the child from nature, isolates the family from community, and denies the existence of the unseen world. It has lost altogether the precious interconnectedness of all life. The result is a people left alienated, fragmented and diminished. This book uses the spectrum of human development, healing, spirituality, and traditional indigenous knowledge as a framework to reclaim the full measure of our original humanity. Particular attention is paid to human bonding or attachment theory as fundamental to well-being and belonging. Traditional wisdom drawn from indigenous cultures guides the reclamation of the authentic self while laying the foundation for interdependent, sustainable relationships and communities. Designed as a teaching curriculum, this book includes meditations, interactive exercises and ceremonies to guide exploration of the work. Teachers, counselors, or anyone interested in psychology, indigenous traditions, personal growth, sustainability, community building, healing, and spirituality will find this book valuable.