The Wise Earth Speaks to Your Spirit: Fifty-Two Ways to Find Your Soul Voice Through Journal Writing

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Red Wheel, 2002 - Religion - 181 pages
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A heartfelt combination of spiritual discovery, environmental observations, and journal writing, this book offers readers a 52-week cycle of themed essays and related questions about the natural world. Included are themes such as night and sky and parakeets, wind and mud and rain, snakes and tea and thistle, among others. In addition to folklore, myths, stories, and symbols connected to each theme, there are inspirational quotes from well-known writers.
  

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Contents

Acknowledgments
1
Daughter of the Clouds and Storm tain
14
Only God Can Make a Tree trees
19
The Buffalo Eye mountains
23
Decoding the Clues intuition
27
Always There is a Whole fractals
30
That Which Flies birds
32
Teaching a Stone to Talk tocks
37
Where Hope Lives stars
98
The Plentiful Sky sky
101
A String of Sea Shells shells
105
Finding More thistles
108
Flowing into the Waters water ill 33 The Many Powers of Salt salt
116
A Light Feather feathers
119
Wild Rose toses
122
A Basket of Life baskets
124

Ease in the Medium of Your Life fish
41
Sweet Rest night
45
n Rebirth and the Many Meanings of Bees bees
48
Journey to Ourselves travel
52
The Spiders Parlor spiders
55
Beauty from the Teeming Pond lotus flowers
57
The Burning Heart sun
60
The Twin Self of Fire fire
63
The Winds Touch wind
66
Seedings seeds
68
The Gentle World cows
71
The Cosmic Egg eggs
74
Wild Parakeets of San Francisco parakeets
77
Scents of Life lavender
80
Taste of Life olive oil
82
A Cup of Tea tea
84
Rartles and Coils snakes
87
The Moon That Pearl moon
91
Always and Again dawn
94
The Calling bells
127
White Breath winter
131
Turtle Tortoise and Terrapin the three
136
Blooms flowers
139
Sweet Treats fruit
144
Litrle One acorns
146
Blazing Fields fields
149
The Windy River tivers
153
Creature of the Night cats
156
Scoundrel or Sage dogs
159
The Red Round apples
162
A Fingerprint of Land islands
164
A Place of Shelter caves
167
Heart of the World turquoise
171
Locks of Hair hair
173
The Loved Ones beetles
177
Bibliography
180
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Janell Moon is the author of five spiritual nonfiction booksJanell Moon is the author of five spiritual nonfiction booksJanell Moon is the author of five spiritual nonfiction books: SALT AND PAPER: 65 CANDLES (RAW ArT PRESS), Stirring the W: SALT AND PAPER: 65 CANDLES (RAW ArT PRESS), Stirring the W: SALT AND PAPER: 65 CANDLES (RAW ArT PRESS), Stirring the Waters: Writing to Find Your Spirit (Tuttle), The Wise Earth aters: Writing to Find Your Spirit (Tuttle), The Wise Earth aters: Writing to Find Your Spirit (Tuttle), The Wise Earth Speaks (RedWheelWeiser), The Prayer Box and How to Pray WithSpeaks (RedWheelWeiser), The Prayer Box and How to Pray WithSpeaks (RedWheelWeiser), The Prayer Box and How to Pray Without Being Religious (Elements, HarperCollinsUK). She is alsoout Being Religious (Elements, HarperCollinsUK). She is alsoout Being Religious (Elements, HarperCollinsUK). She is also the author of two books of poetry: Riding Free in a Blue St the author of two books of poetry: Riding Free in a Blue St the author of two books of poetry: Riding Free in a Blue Studebaker (Main Street Rag) and THE MOUTH OF HOME (Arctos). Sudebaker (Main Street Rag) and THE MOUTH OF HOME (Arctos). Sudebaker (Main Street Rag) and THE MOUTH OF HOME (Arctos). She has won many national poetry contests including The Salt he has won many national poetry contests including The Salt he has won many national poetry contests including The Salt Hill Prize by Syracuse University. Moon is a graduate of OhiHill Prize by Syracuse University. Moon is a graduate of OhiHill Prize by Syracuse University. Moon is a graduate of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and has a private practice as o University in Athens, Ohio, and has a private practice as o University in Athens, Ohio, and has a private practice as a counselor and hypnotherapist in San Francisco. In 2010 shea counselor and hypnotherapist in San Francisco. In 2010 shea counselor and hypnotherapist in San Francisco. In 2010 she was named first poet laureate of Emeryville, California. was named first poet laureate of Emeryville, California. was named first poet laureate of Emeryville, California.

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