Daily Archives: June 4, 2011

New Mysteries: Seven Stages of Re-enchantment

By Hank Wesselman PhD. November 26th, 2010 My recent series of essays posted on sharedwisdom.com have been focused upon the growing interest in the New Mysteries that are taking form in the Western world once again, and with this in mind, … Continue reading

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Shamanism and Ecopsychology

Excerpts of “Shamanism and Eco-Psychology: Ancient Answers for Contemporary Concerns,” Leslie Gray’s CUUPS Keynote Address given at the 1995 General Assembly in Spokane, Washington. Of Oneida and Seminole heritage, Leslie Gray practices as a clinical psychologist and shamanic counselor. Leslie … Continue reading

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Eco-Psychology with Theodore Roszak

The following is a conversation between Theodore Roszak and Jeffrey Mishlove about ecopsychology.  It is posted in it entirety. THINKING ALLOWED Conversations On The Leading Edge Of Knowledge and Discovery With Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove Hello and welcome. I’m Jeffrey Mishlove. Today … Continue reading

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Do Plants Have Consciousness?

By John Kehoe Last month on our way home to Vancouver from a tour of South Africa, we stopped off in Brazil for a vacation. We eventually found ourselves in a sleepy fishing village about an hour’s drive north of … Continue reading

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Deep Ecology

By Bron Taylor, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, and Michael Zimmerman, Tulane University Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess (b. 1912) coined the term “Deep Ecology” in 1972 to express the ideas that nature has intrinsic value, namely, value apart from its usefulness … Continue reading

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