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Gaia. Elementals. Cultural and spiritual significance of nature. 18. A Forest Hymn. William Cullen Bryant. Yale Book of American Verse. Necessary cookies help make a website usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website.

18. A Forest Hymn. William Cullen Bryant. Yale Book of American Verse

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They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant advertisements on other sites. The Aldo Leopold Foundation. Aldo Leopold’s seminal work, A Sand County Almanac achieved prominence around the first Earth Day in 1970, and has been reborn for Earth Day 50.

The Aldo Leopold Foundation

The 2020 edition of this timeless writing meets a new generation of readers with an introduction by famed author and conservationist, Barbara Kingsolver. “Aldo Leopold, a man who died before I was born, is part of my inner circle. I always look forward to cracking open his door, A Sand County Almanac, for another chat.” EMERSON - NATURE. An introduction to Nature.


The Walden Woods Project. Henry David Thoreau lived for two years, two months, and two days by Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts.

The Walden Woods Project

His time in Walden Woods became a model of deliberate and ethical living. His words and deeds continue to inspire millions around the world who seek solutions to critical environmental and societal challenges. Thoreau’s Life Henry David Thoreau lived in the mid-nineteenth century during turbulent times in America. Ayahuasca vs. Vipassana Meditation. Avoiding the Great Collision: “We Can Save What is Left” I believe that a central question facing societies today — perhaps the central question — is whether the world economy can be tamed to operate within constraints that protect and restore the natural world.

Avoiding the Great Collision: “We Can Save What is Left”

There is ample evidence that it is not so tamed today. Almost universally, even governments agree that the environmental impacts of today’s economic activity are unacceptably large and must be reduced. Recently, major international assessments of climate change and declining ecosystem services have added new weight to this conclusion.

Ecosophia - Toward an Ecological Spirituality. PAN - Philosophy Activism Nature. Publisher: PAN Partners ISSN: 1443-6124 Publication Type: Journal Subjects: Environmental Humanities, Literature, Philosophy, Religion Coverage: Issue 1 (2000) - onwards (Comprehensive) Peer Reviewed: Yes Philosophy Activism Nature is a journal publishing articles, essays and poetry exploring the philosophical underpinnings of environmental thought and the discursive changes needed to shift society towards a new ecological culture of sustainability.

PAN - Philosophy Activism Nature

The journal seeks in particular to provide a forum for the exploration of the interface between ecology and environmental philosophy, on the one hand, and religion, mythology and Indigenous thought on the other. Dialogue between modern science and ancient or more traditional understandings of reality is also encouraged. Each issue includes scholarly articles which have been subject to independent peer review as well as essays and poetry selected by the editors.

Editor-in-chief Dr Tom Bristow, English Studies, Durham University. Cultural Spiritual thebible. How to align to the rhythms of nature in an urban environment. Written by David Cauldwell ,July 9, 2019.

How to align to the rhythms of nature in an urban environment

Culture - Why do we need to find wilderness? Reading through Tim Voor’s new book The Great Alone, about hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), brings to mind the words of the poet TS Eliot: We shall not cease from explorationAnd the end of all our exploringWill be to arrive where we startedAnd know the place for the first time.

Culture - Why do we need to find wilderness?

Though you think you are going in a straight line, you might actually be tracing out a big circle. Voors, a Dutch advertising type, undertook the hike, 2,650 miles (4,300 km) from the Mexican border to the Canadian border, through desert, mountain, and forest, for now almost-standard reasons: to learn self-reliance, to get in touch with himself, to get in touch with unsullied nature, to give his marriage time to breathe. Playing God? The Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy. One day... there would come a time, when the earth being ravaged and polluted, the forests being destroyed, the birds would fall from the air, the waters would be blackened, the fish being poisoned in the streams, and the trees would no longer be, mankind as we would know it would all but cease to exist This is how the ‘Rainbow prophecy’ begins, as retold by a woman of the Cree Indian nation of America over a century ago.

The Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy

The Cree are one of the largest groups of the First Nations Native Americans in North America. There are over 135 bands of Cree living in Canada, with a total population of approximately 200,000 today. The emergent sea of nature and religion : a study of faith-based responses to issues of environmental sustainability - DRO. Untitled. Earth - Religion can make us more environmentally friendly – or not. Eight out of 10 people around the world consider themselves religious.

Earth - Religion can make us more environmentally friendly – or not

That figure shows that, while in many countries religion is not as dominant as it once was, it still has a huge influence on us. What does that mean for the environmental movement? Does a belief in God or the supernatural make people more or less likely to take care of animals and the environment? It is easy to make up stories to answer this question. The Priest in the Trees, by Fred Bahnson. Report — From the December 2016 issue By Fred Bahnson Download Pdf Read Online.

‘Where there are rocks, watch out!’ (Alan Watts) Alan Watts has a ‘godlike’ status for those of us who prefer spirituality to religion. He of course was the first to deny guru status for himself, but as a teacher he continues through his recordings to shed light on what is otherwise obscure and confused. Could Jesus Help Us Solve Climate Change? The Role of Religion in Ecology.

St Ethelburga's Centre. About Spiritual Ecology Spiritual Ecology can be defined as a spiritual response to our present ecological crisis. It is a developing field that joins ecology and environmentalism with a deeper awareness of the sacred within creation. It calls for responses to the environmental issues that include spiritual awareness and/or practice. Fellows — Spiritual Ecology Fellowship. FORE. FORE @ Flinders is the new location of the Forum on Religion and Ecology (Australia/Pacific). FORE @ Flinders is dedicated to promoting the multidisciplinary study of religious thought, literature, ethics and practice in relation to ecology, environmental activism and sustainability. It was established in 2011 as a regional counterpart to FORE at Yale, with links to FORE in Canada, and to the European Forum for the Study of Religion and the Environment. In 2016 FORE (Australia/Pacific) has moved to Flinders University. Resources & Links. The Forum on Religion and Ecology was officially launched by Monash University's Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) on October 28th, 2011.

Southern Baptist Environment and Climate Initiative. Suggested Reading The Open Secret: A New Vision for Natural Theology by Alister McGrath (Wiley-Blackwell) The Mission of God by Christopher J.H. Intentional Communities - ecovillages, communes, cohousing, coops. Home. Website for the Academic Study of Religion and Nature & Religion and Ecology.

- Sacred Sites: Places of Peace and Power. Map of Intentional Communities - United States and Worldwide. The Ecostery Foundation - Home. Uniting Earthweb. FORE: Publications-Mass Media. Mass Media News Items from United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Other Sources. The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology.

World-Wide Labyrinth Locator - Locate a Labyrinth. Country: Welcome. The EarthSpirit Community. Magazine Online. Jyorei—purification of the spirit. The Living Centre - Eco-Spiritual Education Sanctuary. Ecospirit. EcoSpirit : Home. For the Love of Building Heaven On Earth. Cardinal John Onaiyekan, Rabbi David Rosen and Professor Dr M Din Syamsuddin. On Thursday, Pope Francis issued a powerful and timely encyclical on the environment, urging humanity to come to its senses and cease its reckless onslaught against God’s creation. Explosive intervention by Pope Francis set to transform climate change debate. Pope Francis will call for an ethical and economic revolution to prevent catastrophic climate change and growing inequality in a letter to the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics on Thursday. Thomas Berry. Pope Francis and the Environment. Center for Earth Ethics.

An initiative of WHGNE, WHIN & MIRI. Jennifer Lawrence, please keep your butt off our ancestors. 'Dreamtime' and 'The Dreaming' – an introduction. Psyche's Links: 15000++ Links to Esoteric Subjects on the Web: Recent/New Additions : 2007 : Psyche's Links: