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Partnering with Nature: The Wild Path to Reconnecting with the Earth (New)
by MacGregor, Catriona
Publisher: Beyond Words
Book ID: 9781582702193, 1582702195
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In today's world, it's often too easy to forget about the world outside the window. People struggle daily with stressful jobs, trapped under fluorescent lighting, staring at glowing screens, or surrounded by concrete when they could be outdoors, acknowledging the gifts of natural world. In the face of its absence, we are finally beginning to understand that our connection with natureplants, trees, animals, and the energy of the earth itselfis more than a luxury; it is a necessary and vital part of our existence. In Partnering with Nature, Catriona MacGregor weaves together historical, spiritual, and scientific examples to emphasize the importance of creating a vital relationship with our natural surroundings. Our separation from nature leads to several devastating effects, whether through stress, feeling a lack of purpose, or the heedless destruction of our environment. Through her exploration of the energies that link humans, animals, and the natural world, she shows how we can learn from nature as we develop our spirituality and ourselves. Through diverse approaches, Catriona offers the reader a solid understanding of why a connection with the Earth is vital to our existence, and how a revival of that connection opens doors to a myriad of benefits in our environment and in our health, our daily lives, and our happiness.
Catriona MacGregor is a catalyst for positive change and an authority on global environmental trends. For over twenty years, she has led and supported conservation initiatives and environmental programs in Latin America, Eastern Europe, Asia, and the United States and is the founder of Awen Grove, dedicated to bringing the wisdom and inspiration of nature into people's daily lives. Catriona is a coauthor of Healing the Heart of the World.
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