Revisioning the Earth
A Guide to Opening the Healing Channels Between Mind and Nature

Author: Paul Devereux

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Considered by the author to be one of his most important works, this book looks at the interaction of human psychology, perceptions and spiritual sense with the natural world through the ages, and explores the nature of place, especially sacred place. It ranges from the neurophysiological workings of human cognition to the poetic power of ancient sacred monuments - "the planet without, the world within". It includes much experiential material. A highly original, perceptive, and groundbreaking work. It will take years for the scope of its message to truly sink in.

Stanley Krippner, venerable consciousness researcher and Professor of Psychology at Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, says of this book: "Paul Devereux has articulated new ways in which humans can be at home with their earth . . . based on sound ecological principles as well as profound knowledge of the lifestyles of ancient and indigenous peoples. It is not an exaggeration to suggest that this book may be a survival manual for the 21st century." Dr Rana P.B.Singh, President of the Society of Pilgrimage Studies, says that this book "will be a path-maker for work on eco-psychology".

Publisher: Fireside (Simon & Schuster) USA

Code: ISBN 0684800632

Considered by the author to be one of his most important works, this book looks at the interaction of human psychology, perceptions and spiritual sense with the natural world through the ages, and explores the nature of place, especially sacred place. It ranges from the neurophysiological workings of human cognition to the poetic power of ancient sacred monuments - "the planet without, the world within". It includes much experiential material. A highly original, perceptive, and groundbreaking work. It will take years for the scope of its message to truly sink in.

Stanley Krippner, venerable consciousness researcher and Professor of Psychology at Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, says of this book: "Paul Devereux has articulated new ways in which humans can be at home with their earth . . . based on sound ecological principles as well as profound knowledge of the lifestyles of ancient and indigenous peoples. It is not an exaggeration to suggest that this book may be a survival manual for the 21st century." Dr Rana P.B.Singh, President of the Society of Pilgrimage Studies, says that this book "will be a path-maker for work on eco-psychology".

Publisher: Fireside (Simon & Schuster) USA
Code: ISBN 0684800632