Exploring Paranormal Connections To Nature Artist and psychotherapist examines the existence of non-physical connections to our world.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Aug. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Poet, singer/songwriter and psychotherapist Geoffrey Oelsner's A Country Where All Colors Are Sacred And Alive is a must-read for anyone who's personally examined or questioned what their connection with nature really means.
A Country Where All Colors Are Sacred And Alive is memoir of non-ordinary experience and collaboration with nature. The book is an account of Geoffrey Oelsner's continuing education with experiences that defy rational explanation, but point toward a more holistic, interconnected reality than most of us normally perceive. Oelsner describes episodes of telepathy, spontaneous healings, confirmed intuitions, precognition, attunement to non-physical beings, non-local awareness of a distant place that proves to be accurate, and profound communion with the natural world. Such anomalous experiences can expand our understanding of what is possible for us and remind us of an undivided spiritual dimension of ourselves.
It sets forth a vision of our intimate relationship with nature, and offers scientific evidence as well as personal anecdotes supportive of the thesis that we can influence our environments positively through attunement, meditation, prayer, intention, loving presence, mindful ritual, celebration, song, dance, and other expressions of joyful creativity.
Learn more at http://www.geoffoelsner.com
Geoffrey Oelsner has been actively addressing community health and environmental issues for thirty-five years now, as a community organizer in Georgia and Arkansas; while engaged with others in anti-nuclear research and activism; as co-author of a book about natural forms of radiation protection; and most recently working to alert the public and public health officials to the environmental hazards of fracking for subterranean natural gas deposits. He is convinced that we can help sustain and restore environmental harmony through our loving interactions with the natural world in a way that complements such necessary political work.
Title: A Country Where All Colors Are Sacred And Alive
Author: Geoffrey Oelsner
Published date: December 2011
Publisher: Lorian Press
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