Whispers From the Wild by Amelia Kinkade

Whispers From the Wild by Amelia Kinkade

How many of us can honestly say that upon being confronted by a large male tiger we would be able to identify that it was suffering badly from toothache? Maybe a few of us could detect that there was something amiss if the animal was acting in an overly aggressive way and for no apparent reason, however it takes someone with a real degree of compassionate connection to animals to diagnose any health issues simply by psychically tuning into them. Hearing and Healing With this somewhat unorthodox approach to animal…

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The Wildwood Way by Cliff Seruntine

The Wildwood Way by Cliff Seruntine

Most of us, at one time or another, have dreamt of giving up entirely on modern life, of selling up and moving away from the noise and chaos of the big city to live all alone in the peace and quiet harmony of mother nature. Those who do momentarily consider this dramatic change in lifestyle often become overwhelmed by many questions related to the sheer practicalities of surviving in a remote area. How would we survive living in any type of wild and desolate environment? Do we have the necessary…

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Rewilding Our Hearts by Marc Bekoff

Rewilding Our Hearts by Marc Bekoff

The fundamental premise that lies behind mainstream spirituality is to be found within the act of refinement, or of the process of turning the uncivilized into conscious control of the ordered and controllable. By adhering to this fundamentally ascensionist philosophy, are we not in danger of mis-understanding that the inherent spiritual beauty of nature is to be found only within its raw savagery and untamed wildness? Marc Bekoff (a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Colorador) proposes that what mankind essentially requires for his soul is a…

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New Slow City by William Powers

New Slow City by William Powers

It is not easy, with the sheer pace of life today, to find the opportunity to relax and take a little time out to discover who we are as individuals. Those of us who also seek to follow a spiritual life can find this particularly challenging with the pressures of work, family responsibilities and social obligations. William and Melissa Powers are a young American couple who decided to change all this and to take a year off from their hectic professional lives to experience life at a much slower and…

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Saving the White Lions by Linda Tucker

Saving the White Lions by Linda Tucker

Saving the White Lions is a personal account of the pivotal role that she has played in the saving of a rare white lion cub called Marah. Marah was one of many animals born into the hands of the trophy-hunting industry of South Africa. The author had already spent nearly a decade working in Africa, trying to protect this rare breed from exploitation and probable eradication when she became aware of the birth of the cub in Bethlehem on the 25th December 2000. Understanding the huge significance of this event,…

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Animal Wisdom by Linda Bender

Animal Wisdom by Linda Bender

According to the 2012 U.S. Pet Ownership and Demographics Sourcebook, there are about 70 million homes in the United States with a dog as a pet (around 36.5%) and a staggering 74 million with cats. That’s not the number of cats and dogs but the number of homes WITH cats and dogs. Many households probably have multiple pets as companions living with them! Further studies also show that pets of all types are becoming increasingly treated as core members of the family with major shifts taking place in the way…

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The Emissary by Patricia Cori

The Emissary by Patricia Cori

Few sights in the natural world are more distressing than that of sea creatures beaching themselves for no apparent reason. Although the circumstances surrounding this worldwide phenomenon are unclear, there is a growing body of circumstantial evidence to suggest that the use of sonar by the military and other commercial enterprises is partly responsible. Whatever the cause, the trend is heart wrenching. About the Author Patricia Cori is an established writer, researcher and channeller. She has written a number of books, outlining and challenging the increasing plight of humans living within…

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