Gaia's Hidden Life: The Unseen Intelligence of Nature
Shirley J. Nicholson, Brenda Rosen
Quest Books, Nov 1, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 290 pages
A new collection of essays on the living intelligence within nature from various spiritual and scientific perspectives, by James Lovelock, Dorothy MacLean, Joan Halifax, Thomas Berry, John Seed, Serge King, author of Earth Energies, and others.
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