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How can we strengthen and deepen our connection to nature outside the cliched notion of "getting away from it all"? Is nature the sole domain of forest, jungle, or ocean, or does it also encompass the sometimes alienating environments of city and suburbia? I contend that establishing a true and lasting connection to nature begins exactly where you are. Our bodies and our homes are ecosystems unto themselves. The micro reflects the macro, and so we may begin the flirtation with Mother Nature by looking inwards.
Yoga is a complex and rich tradition that I have come to love very much. Because of my own interest, I jumped at the chance to review Elliott Goldberg's The Path of Modern Yoga: The History of an Embodied Spiritual Practice.
In this book, author Tamarack Son aims to help people transition from being observers of nature to feeling like they are a part of it.
The Goddess and the Shaman revolves around the challenge of reconciling magical experience and practice with a culture of scientific materialism.
I legitimately love Sound Healing for Beginners. As a lifelong student of music and sound, I feel like I’ve waited years for this book.
A Cree Healer and His Medicine Bundle provides a first-hand account of Russel Willier's journey, his beliefs, practices, and a record of herb-collecting.