Archive for October, 2014

Apparently my last post about connecting to the cockroach deva creeped peopled out rather than inspiring them to connect to nature spirits, which wasn’t my intention. So I thought I’d share some of the books that inspired me along this path with their stories of connection and magic. I hope they inspire you as well.

  • The Findhorn Garden – Pioneering a New Vision of Man and Nature in Cooperation, by The Findhorn Garden
  • Behaving as if the God in all Life Mattered – A New Age Ecology, by Machaelle Small Wright
  • Three by Miachael J. Roads:
    • Talking with Nature – Sharing the Energies and Spirit of Trees, Plants, Birds, and Earth
    • Journey Into Nature – A Spiritual Adventure
    • Journey Into Oneness – A Spiritual Odyssey

My first helping spirit that I was conscious of was (and is) a eucalyptus tree spirit in Golden Gate Park. Trees love to connect with us, and are a great place to start if you’ve never journeyed to a nature spirit before.  (What are some of yours? Would love to hear your favorites.)

And if you’ve never journeyed before, or if you don’t have a shamanic practitioner to work with, a great resource is Sandra Ingerman’s Shamanic Journeying – A Beginner’s Guide, which comes with a drumming cd. I also have some drumming music you can download for free from my website (www.lyndaskeen.com).

Many blessings.

© 2014 Lynda Skeen, Fall Color in  the Sierras

© 2014 Lynda Skeen, Fall Color in the Sierras

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