Rev. Rebecca Cutehands creates Native American Artwork that is intuitively inspired by Spirit. Her expressions of art include prayer fans, spirit masks, dream catchers, walking sticks, spirit rattles, medicine bags, instant altars, healing wands, personal medicine shields, and more. Each piece is made with intention, and all materials and tools are blessed. Rebecca holds the highest intent for all of the gifts of Creation that is within each piece.

If you would like her to create a personal piece honoring your medicine, call her at (928) 499-4128.


Rev. Rebecca Cutehands is a Spiritual Guide, who assists each individual on their journey within. She honors the individual, by offering many different gifts of healing. Sharing with them a variety of ways to process and integrate, through their healing process. Rebecca has experienced the medicine of the “wounded healer” and understands how precious life is. A rare nerve disease left her a blind quadriplegic for three and a half years. It was Eastern Medicine and her determination that brought her back. Her and her teacher worked on healing every aspect of the self. She understands that the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual, work together and must be given attention. Rebecca feels very blessed and is amazed at where this experience has brought her.


Rev. Rebecca Cutehands is inspired by many different teachings. She finds beauty in each belief, and feels that respect should be given to all. Her spirit and heart are happiest when she is sharing different Indigenous teachings. She offers Native American teachings, Andean blessings, and Earth medicine, which honors all kingdoms. She also offers different classes and ceremonies throughout the year including, the Medicine Wheel, the Munay-Ki Rites of Peru, Full Moon rituals, Weddings, Home and Business clearings/blessings, and more. She is a Spiritual Minister from the University of Sedona, and has a degree in Metaphysical Science. She is a Mentor for Prescott College and shares many of her teachings in Nature. Whether working with an individual, a classroom or a group, she holds integrity and compassion within her message. Rebecca feels blessed to be a part of Mountain Spirit Co-Op, where she can express her gifts and creativity, and finds support from the members who have become her family. She loves what she is doing and awakens everyday ready to experience whatever lies ahead.


“I feel truly blessed to have been invited to offer a story in The Voices of Magic book. It gave so many of us an opportunity to invite the world in and share moments and memories that shaped the characters of who we are today. The stories are all so unique, which makes for an adventurous and compelling read.” ~Rebecca Cutehands

Voices of Magic is officially available on Amazon. Did you know if you order through Amazon Smiles a small portion of the sale can be donated to your favorite charity? I selected Mountain Spirit Healing and Educational Center for mine. It’s the non-profit branch of MSCO. Last year they gave out over a hundred scholarships for healing to people that could not have afforded it on their own. Another win-win!

This anthology includes stories from three of MSCO’s members, Dana Cummins, Rebecca Cutehands, Barbara Spicewood Fisher, and sixteen other light-working magicians who have benefited from the teachings of Lazaris. We filled this book with nearly two hundred pages, including twenty-six personal stories of inspiration, faith, hope, trust, magic, and more. It’s sure to excite and thrill anyone with magic inside. The stories will leave you hopeful for more, for healing, forgiveness, for learning new tools and skills to ignite your own magic. It is a promise of hope in today’s world that is so full of question and promise. The dignity and integrity of these light beings come to life before you on each page. It will be a challenge to put down. I encourage you to look inside yourself. To hear with more than your ears, see with more than your eyes, feel with more than your skin, and know with more than your mind. May your heart be full, knowing and believing how incredibly loved you are. And how immensely blessed you are. More than you could ever imagine. More than you can ever dream. We are so loved.

Special thanks to our editor, Mary Woodhouse for her incredible dedication to conceptualizing, organizing, writing the Preface, authorship, completing more tasks than we have room to say, and driving the process over the finish line. Great thanks to Pamela Dickson and Patricia Walkar, who participated in many pertinent developmental activities and stories of their own. Pamela’s poetry leads us into the stories, and another closes out the book. Patricia’s beautiful artwork graces the book cover, and her iris pencil sketch marks the end of each story. To Jach Pursel, who channels Lazaris, for bringing us Lazaris, as well as sharing his own story in the delightful Foreword. To the many authors and their incredible personal stories. To the many magicians who helped with so many tasks along the way. And to Dietrich von Oppeln, who has generously offered free access to his online playlist of Music for Lazaris, he composed to anyone who purchases the book. What a moving collaboration of love and a beautiful example for our New World.

Here’s a link to the book on Amazon: Voices of Magic – Amazon

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Excerpts from Voices of Magic:

Imagination Reawakened
Rebecca Cutehands

As I begin to share with you how Lazaris and I found each other I find myself reminiscing into many moments of the past when certain teachers, teachings or adventures came in when I was least expecting it, not searching for anything, not looking for answers to any questions, just being in the happening of the moment.

As I worked with the blendings I felt the same way, I truly understood the depth of the connection and the gifts within the channeling that those who sat in circle with me would experience. I had been blessed with a balance of giving and receiving with the channeling of messages and this has brought a beautiful fulfillment within my life and I feel truly blessed.

Cancer to Cured
Dana Cummins
(Quips from Voices of Magic)

I secretly smiled. I loved being an enigma people couldn’t figure out. I had consciously called death to me, and it manifested as cancer. I believed, if I chose to do so, I could heal it as well.

My higher self never left my side, always there to support and guide me, Lazaris, Jesus, God and Goddess, Quan Yin, my soul, and future self, to name a few of my beloveds that assisted me with my healing.

Daily people would come in “just to be in the energy.” They would claim it was the only place in the world they had ever felt accepted for being themselves.

The Lazaris material principles are what brought this into creation, creating a safe place of belonging. A place to grow and share while being nurtured and respected. A place that honors and respects all walks of life, all religions, non-religions, races, genders, orientations, and preferences.

A place to flourish and have fun co-creating with an incredible group of magicians.

Here is what some of the authors say about their experience.

“As I read the stories, some made me laugh, others gave me goosebumps of truth, and some brought tears. Each storyteller touched my soul with their story of magic and of its voice.”—Jach Pursel, Foreword, Voices of Magic

“I feel truly blessed to have been invited to offer a story in The Voices of Magic book. It gave so many of us an opportunity to invite the world in and share moments and memories that shaped the characters of who we are today. The stories are all so unique, which makes for an adventurous and compelling read.” ~Rebecca Cutehands

“It has been such a fun journey, from start to finish Mary Woodhouse has made this project about getting to know each other and sharing our stories in a way we could be proud of and hopefully will inspire others. Getting to know all the magical magicians and hearing their stories has been exciting and intriguing.” ~Dana Cummins

“This book, Voices of Magic, is a compilation of stories of defining moments. Each story and its teller have inspired me to own my magic more fully. These voices of magic help me sharpen and hone my craft.” ~Jach Pursel

Let the magic begin! Enjoy a YouTube video of some of the participants of this amazing book HERE!