Dark Nights of the Green Soul

 From Darkness to New Horizons
Edited by Ian Mowll and Santoshan (Stephen Wollaston)

Contributors: Joan Angus, Grace Blindell, Alex Brianson, Christine Connelly, Caroline Rosie Dent, William Fulford, Malcolm Hollick, Marshall Wayne Lee, Marian Van Eyk McCain, Mary Jo Radcliffe, Trevor Sharman and Nicola Smalley.
“At every level our health is inextricably linked to our connection with the planet. Everything, physical, emotional and spiritual within ourselves resonates with qualities already within creation.”
~ June Raymond. From Dark Nights of the Green Soul.
While bringing together a collection of articles published mostly in GreenSpirit magazine, Dark Nights of the Green Soul highlights insights about facing difficult times, alongside reflections on our interactive relationship with Nature and our shared responsibilities.
The book’s three main parts present various perspectives about working with darkness and ways in which we can creatively move forward. The first and smallest section considers different types of darkness as well as its benefits. The middle and largest section includes further wisdom, along with personal stories about times of difficulty people encountered, and how each of the storytellers found new meaning and growth by either connecting with an animal friend or in Earth-centred spiritual awakenings and teachings. The four articles in the last section reflect upon the state of the planet and offer practical views for the times in which we live and ‘the great work’ we need to embrace.

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