Tag Archives: Ecopsychology

Wing 1: Ecospirituality

  Over the next 4 Thursdays I will describe 4 wings in the field of Ecopsychology: 1) Spirituality, 2) Mental Health, 3) Physical Health, and 4) Biomimicry/Engineering To begin, after years of searching for a way to understand my own spirituality, … Continue reading

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What is Ecopsychology?

Ecopsychology Joining how we think with the world that made us. It is knowing my morning shower is the raindrops hitting my window flowing to the salmon’s matrix. It is tasting more than roasted beans in my morning coffee, as no … Continue reading

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Conversations With Trees #6

Today’s tree:  Wild Cherry, Prunus avium This 80- to 100-year-old tree lives in the yard of my house and I have been looking for an excuse to figure out what kind of cherry tree it is.  I determined it is … Continue reading

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Conversations with Trees #4 and #5

This weekend’s tree:  Western Redcedar (one word), Thuja plicata It turns out the Western Redcedar is not a cedar species at all.  It thrives in the Pacific Northwest fog and rain and was a “tree of life” to this region’s … Continue reading

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Conversations with Trees #3

Today’s tree:  Maple Of 12 common species, I believe the Red Maple is the one in my yard Acer rubrum Any day the sun shines, I try to spend some time soaking in this tree’s inspiration. Lying on the grass … Continue reading

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Conversations With Trees #1

(Top Photo Credit:  Natural Crooks.com) Today’s Tree:  Spindle Tree, Euonymus europaeus Today is a gray, drippy day which finds me as usual at my desk transcribing spoken word to earn a living. Each time I peer atop my computer screen, I … Continue reading

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Holding Two Berries in One Palm

(Actually 3 berries – I can hold a lot) My eco-friendly version of the cliché “Killing two birds with one stone” is what happened today.  I was able to complete my nature-connecting homework for my course while simultaneously hiking 7 … Continue reading

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