Now twenty years old, Teton the grizzly bear has evolved from a vibrant physical specimen into a spiritual being who moves all who meet him.
More Stories About Teton Totem:
— by Susan Eirich, Ph.D. — No more bears. Nighty-night bears. Bears all gone. No bears anywhere... Does anyone see any bears? No – no bears. Our five sleepy bears are all tucked in for the winter. They may be magnificent. Huge. Powerful. ....Read More
— by Susan Eirich, PhD — We had a high wind the other day - so high that a 65’ cottonwood cracked and then crashed directly in front of the bear enclosures. The bears dashed for their dens and were not to be seen. There was the dead silence ....Read More
-- by Susan Eirich, PhD -- Our bears are very tidy, economical eaters (Assuming they like the food). There is not a molecule of juicy orange flesh left, scooped out as neatly as with a spoon. If it were watermelon there would not be a molecule of pi ....Read More
-- by Susan Eirich, PhD -- As Jean walked into the bear area, he caught something unusual out of the corner of his eye. He turned to his right. Teton Totem was in his pool enclosure facing east, bathing himself in the early morning sun. He was balan ....Read More
-- by Susan Eirich, PhD -- They emerge slowly, tentatively– is it time yet? A damp nose. Sleepy little brown eyes. Fuzzy ears. One front leg reaches out of the den entrance. Followed by another. Slowly the front of the body emerges, seeming to exp ....Read More
How did a paralyzed grizzly bear begin to walk again? Jon Schwartz interviews Susan Eirich about Teton Totem. He became progressively crippled and Western medicine didn't help. A story of mysterious healing through long distance energy work and its i ....Read More