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Ecospirituality

Ecospirituality recognizes the indelible connection between human beings and our natural environment. It is a principle that connects the science of ecology with spirituality, making environmental activism a spiritual practice. Proponents of of ecospirituality come from all walks of life as we all are deeply effected by the world we live in. Their focus, methods, and philosophies may vary drastically, but all are motivated by a strong sense of responsibility toward preserving and protecting the environment. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Soil, Soul, Society: A New Trinity for Our Time

We are all members of a one-earth society, and caring for the earth and soul is interrelated. This is the message of Satish Kumar, the internationally respected peace and environment activist who has been gently setting the agenda for change for over 50 years.

A Wild Love for the World: Joanna Macy and the Work of Our Time

A leading figure in Buddhist-informed social and ecological activism since the 1980s, Joanna Macy's life work is rooted in a profound study of the parallels between Buddhist and scientific worldviews.

Coming Back to Life: The Updated Guide to the Work That Reconnects

Coming Back to Life has helped people transform denial, despair and grief in the face of the social and ecological challenges of our time.

Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet

The book will appeal most to people who realize that they are “tree people.” It is poetic, educational, inspirational, spiritual, and down to earth, covering the subject of trees from anatomy and physiology to trees as archetypal and sacred symbols.

World as Lover, World as Self: Courage for Global Justice and Ecological Renewal

A new beginning for the environment must start with a new spiritual outlook. In this book, author Joanna Macy offers concrete suggestions for just that, showing how each of us can change the attitudes that continue to threaten our environment.

The Living Universe: Where Are We? Who Are We? Where Are We Going?

Traditionally, science has regarded the universe as made up of inert matter and empty space.

Choosing Earth: Humanity’s Great Transition to a Mature Planetary Civilization

Civilizations around the Earth are heading toward collapse because of powerful forces we have unleashed, ranging from climate disruption and resource depletion, to enormous inequities and the mass extinction of species. No longer can we take the well-being of the Earth for granted.

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