Explore how inter-dimensional shifts can be applied to help heal individual bodies as well as global and ecological systems to bring about the healing and survival of yourself and the entire human species. Gain confidence in your consciousness and it's truly enduring nature and come to understand how powerful your conscious will, your free will, truly is. With knowledge comes the realization that you can access the eternal and powerful nature of your consciousness that you can access before leaving (or traveling to and from) your physical body. Expand your ability to independently evolve from your physical body. Prepare the way to expand beyond unnecessary limitations to develop new patterns of existence, healing, and transition ?????? for yourself, your species, and your ecosystem.
An Ecologist's Journey of Innovation and Environmental Stewardship
Author: John Todd
Pubpsher: North Atlantic Books
A true pioneer and respected elder in ecological recovery and sustainability shares effective solutions he has designed and implemented. A stand-out from the sea of despairing messages about climate change, well-known sustainability elder John Todd, who has taught, mentored, and inspired such well-known names in the field as Janine Benyus, Bill McKibben, and Paul Hawken, chronicles the different ecological interventions he has created over the course of his career. Each chapter offers a workable engineering solution to an existing environmental problem: healing the aftermath of mountain-top removal and valley-fill coal mining in Appalachia, using windmills and injections of bacteria to restore the health of a polluted New England pond, working with community members in a South African village to protect an important river. A mix of both success stories and concrete suggestions for solutions to tackle as yet unresolved issues, Todd's narrative provides an important addition to the conversation about specific ways we can address the planetary crisis. Eighty-five color photos and images illustrate Todd's concepts. This is a refreshingly hopeful, proactive book and also a personal story that covers a known practitioner's groundbreaking career.
It has only been a few hundred years that we've been recklessly ransacking the environment-decimating delicate species and ecosystems. We've only just begun to realize the extent of the damage we've caused and what would be required to fix it. Healing Earth explores sustainable community, appropriate technology, and personal development as a solution for world problems.
Integrating the environmental movement with personal development and self-help psychology, this work explains that by developing a deeper bond with the natural world, people can find solutions to personal and intrepersonal struggles.
Release on 1996-01-01 | by Rosemary Radford Ruether
Third World Women on Ecology, Feminism, and Religion
Author: Rosemary Radford Ruether
In Women Healing Earth noted theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether brings together illuminating writings of fourteen Latin American, Asian, and African women on the meaning of eco-theological issues in their own contexts - and the implications they have for women in the first world. Ruether has spent the last several years exploring the environmental crisis, the roles of religion and feminists, and what third-world women have to say. Ecofeminists in the North must listen carefully to women in the South since common problems can only be solved by understanding cultural and historical differences. When women of the South reflect on ecological themes, these questions are rooted in life and death matters, not in theory, nor statistics. As Ruether writes, "Deforestation means women walking twice as far each day to gather wood .... Pollution means children in shantytowns dying of dehydration from unclean water". Impoverishment of the environment equals literal impoverishment for the vast majority of people on the planet. In addressing the intertwining issues of ecology, of class and race, of religion and its liberative elements, Women Healing Earth offers profound insights for all women and men involved in the struggles to overcome violence against women and nature, and to ensure ecological preservation and social justice.
"When essential oils are put in a lamp, inhaled, applied to the skin, placed in bathwater, or even taken orally, a person can feel relaxed, energized, or uplifted. In this beautifully illustrated book, a holistic practitioner describes the history and physiological basis of aromatherapy, tells how to extract and store the oils, and gives detailed information on 27 of the most important essential oils, including their dosages and beneficial effects."-- "LJ . 240 pages, 2-color throughout, 8 1/4 x 11.
This is a book of New Age Poetry invites and implores every human being upon earth to align his or her consciousness with evolutionary wisdom and truth. Author with indomitable faith and trust in evolutionary wisdom emphasizes through his poem after poem that there is no greater truth than evolutionary wisdom which was distilled and derived from the mindful striving by the Life Principle - the Chain of Great Being for millions of years, experimenting through genetic mutations and adaptations with environment. The apex of this evolutionary wisdom manifested as human body and being, invokes humankind to be and become true to herself through scientific temperament and testimony, aligning her consciousness with evolutionary wisdom by mindful day to day relationships and interactions with earth, environment, all the sentient beings and humanity at large upon earth. Author calls upon his readers to be and become responsible earth citizens through mindful consumer behavior practicing energy efficiency like taking less from earth and giving back more, in other words, don’t waste, don’t pollute and be fuel efficient. The latest research in human health and wellbeing conducted by Neuroscientists have come to the conclusion that altruistic human thoughts, words and deeds strengthen and empower human immune system showing that man is made is in the likeness of an altruistic organism. The evolutionary mandate to humankind is to transform the organic energy into spiritual energy of love and light.
The damage human beings are doing to the atmosphere, the seas, the rivers, the land, and the life- forms of the planet is extreme and deadly. It constitutes a crisis that demands al of humanity's wisdom, ingenuity, and commitment. The whole human community needs to be involved in the response to this crisis - young and old, women and men, farmers, politicians, gardeners, teachers, planners, scientists, engineers, artists, builders, cooks, and theologians. In Earth Revealing - Earth Healing, the authors attempt to make clear the way in which Christian theology opens out into a theology of Earth revealing and challenges us towards a practice of Earth healing. Earth Revealing - Earth Healing offers a rethinking of theology as a significant part of the rethinking that the human community must do in its stance toward creation. Aware that some theological attitudes have contributed to exploitative attitudes and to disregard for the good of the planet, the contributors are also convinced that the biblical and theological tradition has resources that can be retrieved and developed as an ecological theology. Such a theology can contribute to the healing of our planet. The chapters of Earth Revealing - Earth Healing stretch across a number of theological sub- disciplines and related areas. Among the perspectives from the Christian theological tradition, there are reflections on the theology of the Trinity, Christology, Christian anthropology, the theology of the Holy Spirit, and contemporary feminist theology. There are also more general philosophical and cultural perspectives, including discussions of place and of landscape traditions. Finally there are practical perspectives, including discussions of globalization, the challenge of suffering and bioethics. Essays and contributors are The Landscape Tradition: A Broader Vision for Ecotheology," by Stephen Downs; *Globalization and Ecology, - by Christine Burke, IBVM; *'For Your Immortal Spirit Is in al Things': The Holy Spirit in Creation, - by Denis Edwards; *Enfleshing the Human: An Earth-Revealing, Earth-Healing Christology, - by Duncan Reid; *God's Shattering Otherness: The Trinity and Earth's Healing, - by Patricia Fox, RSM; *Embracing Unloveliness: Exploring Theology from the Dung heap, - by Lorna Hallahan; *Up Close and Personal: In the End, Matter Matters, - by Anthony Lowes; *The Relationship Quilt: Feminism and the Healing of Nature, - by Lucy Larkin; *A Timely Reminder: Humanity and Ecology in the Light of Christian Hope, - by Gregory Brett, CM; *Ecotheology as a Plea for Place, - by Phillip Tolliday; *Situating Humanity: Theological Anthropology in the Context of the Ecological Crisis, - by James McEvoy; and *Bioethics, Ecology, and Theology, - by Andrew Dutney. Denis Edwards is a senior lecturer in systematic theology at Catholic Theological College and in the ecumenical consortium at the Adelaide College of Divinity, Flinders University. He has written other books on theology and is a priest of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide. "