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Partnering with Nature

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Partnering with Nature is a simple book with a powerful message: our connections to the natural environment— and ultimately, to ourselves—are crucial in today’s fragmented world. As each successive generation moves farther away from nature, the growing disconnect is expressed through physical as well as mental stress, from depression and fatigue in adults to attention diso ...more
Kindle Edition, 306 pages
Published April 13th 2010 by Atria Books/Beyond Words (first published September 8th 2009)
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Elise Blair
Mar 25, 2013 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
She lost me when she said she saw Jesus.
Catriona MacGregor
Mar 18, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Catriona MacGregor’s poignant “Partnering With Nature: The Wild Path to ReConnecting with the Earth” is a beautifully wrought synthesis of poetic spirituality and well-grounded practical fact.

Catriona creates an intriguing tapestry of thoughts and images, weaving together history, geology, scientific research, and her own profound spiritual connection with the natural world. She cites examples from an impressive panoply of resources, and adds a human touch by including many of her own experienc
While some of this book is a bit above my level of spirituality (I need more XP to level up, clearly, haha), the concepts in it really got me thinking about how I could connect more with the world around me. Some really good ideas for meditating and focusing one’s intentions, as well as wonderful stories and poems. My only criticism is that it felt a bit disjointed; some of the sections just didn’t flow very well. It may have been intentional, to give readers a spot to put the book down and thin ...more
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