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Step into Nature: Nurturing Imagination and Spirit in Everyday Life

June 19, 2015

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Step into Nature: Nurturing Imagination and Spirit in Everyday Life by Patrice Vecchione — This is a guide that will replenish our connection to the earth and inspire us to develop and strengthen our imaginations. It makes nature personal again by stimulating awareness and increasing our understanding of the environment. Nature can be as close […]

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What Has Nature Ever Done for Us: How Money Really Does Grow on Trees

April 10, 2014

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What Has Nature Ever Done for Us?

What Has Nature Ever Done for Us: How Money Really Does Grow on Trees  by Tony Juniper — Juniper, a British environmentalist, points out that we think everything nature does for us — providing water, pollinating plants, generating oxygen, recycling miracles in the soil and much more — is free, but it is not. Its […]

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Earth changes as seen through the way of Vastu

November 7, 2012

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by Robin and Michael Mastro —  Vastu is the ancient science of creating harmonious environments and comes from a body of knowledge known as the Vedas. This East Indian science is 7,000 to 10,000 years old and forms the basis of feng shui, predating it by at least 4,000 years. Vastu teaches us how to […]

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Feng shui and art

September 4, 2012

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by Joy Abrams — Every decorating item in your home conveys a distinct message. The things around you have a profound effect on everyone in the household. Your surroundings can greatly affect career, health, relationships and prosperity. So it is important to surround yourself with things you love and that are meaningful and impart happiness. […]

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Sitting in the silence

September 4, 2012

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by Khayriyyah Savannah — Visiting my sister’s home deep in the woods of Eugene, Ore., high on the simple purity of fresh clean air, my being is instantaneously imbued with a deep and resounding peace I call “the silence.” Brimming with the vibrational resonance of nature, it is Earth singing. I can feel my whole […]

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Spiritual gardens

August 26, 2012

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by John Leslie —  Sara grinned as she approached the entrance to her garden; the gargoyle gazed intently as she walked through the archway. The morning sun crested the stone wall just as she sat down on her carefully positioned bench. Right on cue, the rabbits and quail made their way to the feeding spot, […]

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Create your tool bag for change

February 24, 2012

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by Tina Sacchi —  Many of us are experiencing great changes in our lives. As we navigate through our days, many emotions come to the surface for clearing and releasing. The world is shifting, and while we are seeing great changes in our political and financial systems, in particular, we are also experiencing profound transformation […]

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Trees and plants bring balance to your home

February 24, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  Spring brings the beauty of nature to our thoughts. In the Five Elements Theory of feng shui, the wood element is represented by trees and plants. They are needed to correct imbalances of energy outside your home. Your feng shui master can help bring balance to you and your space. Here […]

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Food for the body, nourishment for the soul

February 23, 2012

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by Irene Conlan —  Almost every day, there is a new article or news item about food. Every day we pick and choose what we want to eat, whether or not it fits into someone else’s idea of a balanced diet. We read about superfoods, whole foods, organic foods, genetically engineered food, packaged food — […]

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Is your tween/teen suffering from nature deficit disorder?

February 23, 2012

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by Vanessa Chamberlain —  The signs and symptoms of nature deficit disorder (NDD) sound like checklists you have heard for other common diagnoses such as ADD/ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder), ODD (oppositional defiant disorder), LFT (low frustration-tolerance) and manic-depressive disorder (bipolar). In his 2005 book, Last Child in the Woods, author Richard Louv coined the term […]

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