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Visionary Plant Consciousness: The Shamanic Teachings of the Plant World Format Kindle

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23 leading experts reveal the ways that psychoactive plants allow nature’s “voice” to speak to humans and what this communication means for our future

• Presents the specific “human-plant interconnection” revealed by visionary plants

• Explores the relevance of plant-induced visions and shamanic teachings to humanity’s environmental crisis

• With contributions from Terence McKenna, Andrew Weil, Wade Davis, Michael Pollan, Alex Grey, Jeremy Narby, Katsi Cook, John Mohawk, Kat Harrison, and others

Visionary plants have long served indigenous peoples and their shamans as enhancers of perception, thinking, and healing. These plants can also be important guides to the reality of the natural world and how we can live harmoniously in it.

In Visionary Plant Consciousness, editor J. P. Harpignies has gathered presentations from the Bioneers annual conference of environmental and social visionaries that explore how plant consciousness affects the human condition. Twenty-three leading ethnobotanists, anthropologists, medical researchers, and cultural and religious figures such as Terence McKenna, Andrew Weil, Wade Davis, Michael Pollan, Alex Grey, Jeremy Narby, Katsi Cook, John Mohawk, and Kat Harrison, among others, present their understandings of the nature of psychoactive plants and their significant connection to humans. What they reveal is that these plants may help us access the profound intelligence in nature--the “mind of nature”--that we must learn to understand in order to survive our ecologically destructive way of life.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 218 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1594771472
  • Editeur : Park Street Press (21 mars 2007)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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HASH(0x976cd408) étoiles sur 5 A solid pick. 9 juin 2007
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur
Format: Broché
VISIONARY PLANT CONSCIOUSNESS: THE SHAMANIC TEACHINGS OF THE PLANT WORLD reveals ways in which psychoactive plants allow nature to 'speak' to humans, but it doesn't represent one author's observations alone. Instead presentations from over twenty leading environmental and social visionaries explore plant-induced visions and shamanic teachings, offering a range of ethno-botany and anthropological insights to compliment new age perspectives on such plants. New age collections, particularly those strong in nature explorations, will find the collection a solid pick.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x976cd45c) étoiles sur 5 Intelligent and Inspiring 23 novembre 2007
Par HiCountry - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This compilation of talks and panels from the Bioneers conference is an excellent treatment of the subject matter. Numerous individuals from all walks of life deal with the place of the visionary and other plants in indigenous cultures as well as in modern western culture. A common thread through many of the pieces is the importance of bringing ritual and respect to the usage of these plants in the west. In particular, many speakers share the feeling that plants have a consciousness and spirit and should be treated with the deep respect which indigenous cultures accord to these teachers. I agree that this is an essential aspect of further exploration of these substances in the west. Integrating indigenous ceremony on a widespread scale certainly seems challenging and I wonder what many of these speakers would suggest here.
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HASH(0x976cd894) étoiles sur 5 forgettable 12 mai 2007
Par Oakley - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If this is your first taste of psychoactive plant knowledge, you will learn the basics, I suppose. People like me, who thought buying more books on the subject would make me more knowledgeable, but who actually expect books to be more than just assembled transcripts of panel discussions and loose essays, will be more bored than informed. I suspect someone said, Hey! Let's write a book! All we have to do is publish all this stuff and

we'll be rewarded for our research! This is what the internet is for. The pages of this book would make more sense if they could be googled. In book form, they don't seem to know each other.
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HASH(0x976cd87c) étoiles sur 5 Interesting Information on an Interesting Subject 3 juin 2009
Par John S. Gamble - Publié sur
Format: Broché
As has been said, this "book" is primarily transcribed panel discussions from several of the annual Bioneers conferences.

There are also large leap in narrative regarding the Hoasca Project, going from 1992 with a follow-up over a decade later.

Certainly, there is some good information to be gleaned here. With contributors such as Terence and Dennis McKenna, Wade Davis, Charles Grob and others, credibility is not an issue.

For me, Terence McKenna, as usual, made some of the best points in the book. The problem is that there are so many viewpoints discussing the topic from so many angles that it becomes something of a mishmosh.

I wouldn't make this an anchor book in your collection. In fact, I just got Plant Spirit Shamanism. It is well-done and I can highly recommend it.

This one's a nice adjunct, but as in so many things, you get back what you put in. And the effort expended on compiling this one wasn't Herculean. Therefore, it somewhat lacks power and cohesiveness.

But since it is an academic subject with relatively little commercial material available, it is worth digging for at the library.
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