Acorns Among the Grass

Acorns Among the Grass

Reconnecting with the natural world, we discover our deep relationship with life. Environmental work nourishes us psychologically and spiritually.

Acorns Among the Grass

Reconnecting with the natural world, we discover our deep relationship with life. Environmental work nourishes us psychologically and spiritually.

Paperback £12.99 || $22.95

May 27, 2011
978-1-84694-619-6

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Buddhism (general), Gaia & earth energies, Psychology (general)

Synopsis


Modern life cuts us off from our roots. Our urban lives, often full of activity and anxieties, despite their apparent comforts, commonly lack many of the resources which ground us and feel fulfilling. At the same time, our behaviour as a species threatens to destroy the planet on which we live. 

Reconnecting with the natural world can be deeply transforming, both psychologically and spiritually. As we start to awaken to the damage which our disconnection from nature is doing both to ourselves and to our environment, we wake up to a new relationship with the world founded on understanding and spiritual truth. In this context, some therapists are now looking for new ways to work which directly rebuild our connection with nature.

This important book presents an approach to working with the environment which embraces the therapeutic and the spiritual, offering a model of working which is sympathetic and creative. incorporating both theoretical understanding and vivid description of experiential work, it will appeal to both the professional and the general reader. Connecting with nature, we open to life in new ways.

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