Earth Spirit Dreaming: Shamanic Ecotherapy Practices


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$16.99  $15.63
Findhorn Press
Publish Date
February 04, 2020
6.0 X 8.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author

Elizabeth E. Meacham, Ph.D., is an environmental philosopher, teacher, healer, spiritual mentor, and musician. She is the founder and codirector of the Lake Erie Institute for Holistic Environmental Education. Her workshops and training courses offer initiatory experiences that reflect her long-term engagement as a student of the Earth and Cosmos. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio.


"As climate catastrophe forces us to confront a world dangerously out of balance, there is a vital need to reconnect with the deep wisdom of the Earth. Our common home is not a resource to be exploited but a living magical being who needs our love and attention. Elizabeth Meacham returns us to our shamanic heritage, awakening us to our embodied spiritual intelligence. With simple but powerful practices she shows how to bring light and healing to our suffering planet and become co-creators of a new dream for humanity and the Earth. Earth Spirit Dreaming offers valuable tools to re-vision a world both whole and holy, a gateway to the love and joy and truth to be found as we become more firmly rooted in the Earth."-- "LLEWELLYN VAUGHAN-LEE, Ph.D., teacher, author, Sufi mystic, and editor of Spiritual Ecology: The Cry"
"This precious book will help you rediscover, or perhaps uncover for the first time, your vital connection to our endangered, though still enchanted, Earth. Inspired by traditional wisdom, leading-edge science, and ecosophical thought, the simple but profound exercises lead one out of the spiritual wasteland of the industrial growth society and into an experience of the deeper ecological self, a self as ancient as the seasons and rooted in the nourishing cycles of life."-- "SEAN KELLY, Ph.D., philosopher, professor, and author of Coming Home: The Birth and Transformation o"
"It's almost clichΓ© to realize that reconnecting to the Earth is of paramount importance if humanity--or some significant portion thereof--is to survive and thrive into the next century. But an intellectual realization is only a first step. We need to practice having an ongoing felt sense of this connection. Elizabeth Meacham offers a dazzling, just-in-the-nick-of-time collection of practices to do just that."-- "BILL PFEIFFER, founder and director of the Sacred Earth Network, and author of Wild Earth, Wild Soul"