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  • Natural solutions for unnatural problems

    This past month I have continued exploring my interest in mushrooms and plant communications. Findhorn Foundation Many years ago, I learned about a place called Findhorn in the north of Scotland. The area is now called the Findhorn Foundation and serves as an environmentally conscious, international spiritual community with a holistic education centre. The Foundation’s beginnings started when Eileen and Peter Caddy, their three children, and Dorothy Maclean found themselves in the north of Scotland, in Findhorn, wondering what to… Read more »

    Healing Techniques, Inspiration, Nature

  • Sweetness Book cover

    The Sweetness of a Simple Life: a book review

    The Sweetness of a Simple Life Tips for a healthier, happier and kinder living from a visionary natural scientist By Diana Beresford-Kroeger, PhD | Penguin Random House (April 7, 2015) This year, my plan is to share various books, articles, and philosophers who can help us heal ourselves and, in turn, heal our earth and climate. This is the second book of Diana Beresford-Kroeger that I have read. The first was To Speak for the Trees which I read while vacationing… Read more »

    Book Reviews, Message, Nature

  • Cover: Summer with the Leprechauns

    Book Review: My Summer with the Leprechauns

    My Summer with the Leprechauns: The Authorized Edition by Tanis Helliwell Wayshower Enterprises (February 18, 2012) Have you ever planned a trip and then remembered a book you wanted to reread? My Summer with the Leprechauns by Tanis Helliwell is the book I wanted to re-read before my trip to Ireland last year. I’m glad I did. I found my second reading just as fascinating as I had the first time. This book truly prepared me to recognize the magic… Read more »

    Book Reviews, Inspiration, Nature

  • Cover Braiding Sweetgrass

    Book Review: Braiding Sweetgrass

    Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants By Robin Wall Kimmerer, Milkweed Editions (October 15, 2013) What a wonderful find! In Braiding Sweetgrass the author, Robin Wall Kimmerer, unites science and spirituality into a beautiful tapestry showing us our need for both science and spirit to survive on this earth — and for the Earth to survive us. Robin Wall Kimmerer is a botanist and a professor of Environmental and Forest Biology at the State University… Read more »

    Book Reviews, Inspiration, Nature

  • Blarney Castle

    Ireland Road Trip

    Our Road Trip through Ireland We had the “best of times” while visiting Ireland. The people of Ireland totally delivered on their promise posted on Ireland’s official tourism website, “Discover heart-warming moments and spectacular sights.” We did just that. We filled 12 glorious days discovering breath-taking countryside in addition to visiting amazing historical castles, gardens, and monuments throughout Ireland. It was a spectacular trip. I would do it again on a heartbeat and recommend anyone who wants to go to… Read more »

    Nature, Travel

  • Speak 4 Trees Cover

    To Speak for the Trees: A book review

    To Speak for the Trees My life’s journey from ancient Celtic wisdom to a healing vision of the forest By Diana Beresford-Kroeger, PhD Penguin Random House (September 24, 2019)   I am very excited to recommend you read To Speak for the Trees by Diana Beresford-Kruger. From reading my blogs and book reports, you probably noticed I have a deep love for trees. Despite this great interest, I had never heard of this author who writes about trees scientifically and… Read more »

    Book Reviews, Nature

  • Trees popping up from soil

    A Quote to Live by

    Adopt the pace of nature; her secret is patience. ~~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Dear readers, I chose this quote about patience to include in my eNewsletter because of my passion for our environment and the importance of trees. I am sure many of you have noticed my passion for nature. Now you know I also believe we must all take action and have patience knowing our combined efforts can heal the earth. This latest article I read by The Washington… Read more »

    Nature, Quotes

  • Low angle view beautiful green Bamboo grove forest

    The tree factor for a good life

    I’ve always been connected to trees. As a child I spent a lot of time with my great aunt, Tante Liesbeth. She lived in what was then called “the Transvaal,” a former province just north of the Vaal River in South Africa. She had a country store in a forestry reserve near the town of Sabie. An incredible pine forest surrounded my great aunt’s house. I loved walking in those trees — and I loved the smell. At the bottom… Read more »

    Book Reviews, Nature

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