Reviews

“I read Not For Sale: Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse in record time. I simply couldn’t put the book down. Kevin Hancock’s courage in laying out his vision quest so beautifully and humbly is a true inspiration. It is my hope that all business leaders will heed the message that it is possible to care for our souls and our businesses simultaneously. In fact, for true sustainability and health, we must.”

–Christiane Northrup, MD, New York Times best-selling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, and Goddesses Never Age


“If you had told me a couple of years ago that my friend, Kevin Hancock, would set off on a quest for enlightenment, sparked by a long-distance astrological reading which would lead him to a sweat lodge in a remote Indian reservation well, let’s just say that ‘skeptical’ doesn’t come close to covering it. What happened next is the amazing story Kevin tells here; part history (and not very pleasant history at that), part spiritual journey, part moving portrait of some extraordinary people, and part leadership manual, this fascinating book will touch you and teach you on many levels.”

–Angus S. King Jr., US Senator


“What I have learned through my relationship with Kevin is to remain open-minded, look at everybody as equals and imagine the collective power we can create by coming together. In the beginning, I thought that Kevin and I couldn’t be more different. But, now, I realize that although our journeys started out differently, we are arriving at the same place. Like the Sacred Hoop of the Lakota medicine wheel, the beginning and the ending live in the same spot. Strength comes from the realization that the differences that once tore us apart might now be the opportunities that bring us together. I think this is something that is beginning to happen around the world.”

Nick Tilsen, Askoka Fellow and Oglala Sioux Tribe


“Kevin Hancock takes us on a spellbinding journey deep into the depth of the human soul. The message is powerful, universal, and timeless. We are all seeking to live a life of joy, gratitude, meaning, and purpose.  I am certain this amazing book will help others in search of their life’s calling.”

–Ted Carter, Owner of Ted Carter Inspired Landscapes and co-author of Reunion: How we heal our broken connection to the Earth and Earth Calling


“Kevin Hancock’s story touched me, heart and soul. As I read his words, I kept having to chase ‘Amazing Grace’ out of my head. The archetype behind that song–the archetype of awakening and redemption–permeates every chapter. His is the kind of tale that helps restore my faith in human nature–and gives me hope for the human future.”

Steven Forrest, author of The Inner Sky


“Just finished Chapter One.  Tears.  Tears of awe easily come.  And, hearing your personal story is eye opening in its own way.  Both stories (the many stories here) are completely compelling and somehow familiar.  For whatever reasons, I feel as though I’m meant to be reading these words.  Grateful to have the opportunity, Kevin.” 

Sharyn Paul Brusie, Wonder Dog Films


“Your book came to me for a reason, and just at the right time.  I read it twice, and its pages are dotted with my tears (literally).”

Margaret K. Minister, partner at Pierce Atwood

7 thoughts on “Reviews

  1. Kevin’s journey is a heart warming story. This tale is of great mentoring for taking the stimulus life brings and opening a journey of healing and transformation. Kevin articulates this in his personal life, and also takes us to new visions for all the tribes on our planet. Heart to Heart Kevin !

  2. Kevin, I look forward to reading your book. I to am on a journey with SD and even though a therapy called Integrated Energy Therapy(R) – Healing with the Energy of Angels – allows me to speak perfectly when I am teaching, I seem to revert back to SD when not teaching. I speak of this in my own autobiography “I Chose My Life”. Thank you very much.

  3. Just finished reading and reflecting. As I expected. A true ‘Hanblecha’, (vision quest.) Well done Mr. Hancock. The introspection, as you noted is so valuable. Thanks for your honesty.
    Respects. (Wicone’ ki le’ washte’) this life is good.
    Jeff Galuza
    customer kindred Spirit

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