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Encountering the Liminal: A Shamanic Space for Healing Self and Community

The following essay was delivered by me, Carl Golden, as a lecture at the Abundancia Feast at the Grange in Woodinville, WA, on February 22, 2012.   “Who are YOU?” asked the Caterpillar. This was not an encouraging opening for a … Continue reading

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Deep Ecopsychology

Ecopsychology is a profound and necessary intellectual development in Western consciousness.  It is profound because it is a formidable argument against the lamentable Cartesian dualism that has enthralled science, western philosophy and religion for far too long and at too dear … 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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