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Stories to Tend the Soul of the World

If we surrendered to earth's intelligence, we could rise up rooted, like trees.

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Stories to Tend the Soul of the World

"Dr. Sharon Blackie is a renowned writer and teacher whose work weaves together psychology, mythology, and ecology to reveal how our cultural myths have led us to the individual and collective social and environmental problems we face today and how reconnection with our more ancient mythology would better serve our relationship with the Earth, our souls, and the cosmos. The central premise of her work is that the old myths, stories, and philosophies of the West show us the way back to a world in which everything is not only alive, but has purpose and intentionality of its own." She shares more about her book, "If Women Rose Rooted," in this fascinating interview. { read more }

Be The Change

Do you have a cherished story in your culture or family that connects you to the soul of the world? If yes, make sure to share it with others today. If not, consider making your way into the world to find one.


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