Amos Clifford left a comment on Ecopsychology
"I've been following shinrin-yoku and have started a website for people who are interested in knowing more about the practice of "forest breathing." www.shinrin-yoku.org. There's a little introductory video on the website. Some of you will recognize…"
Apr 26, 2013
Amos Clifford commented on Kayleen Asbo's event FREE WEBINAR: The Myths of Mary Magdalene Webinar Series
"Kayleen, I'm very much looking forward to learning more from you in this webinar series. You also give so much information, in such a compelling way. By the way, I like the new website look for the series also at www.mythsofmarymagdalene.com. "
Apr 26, 2013

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  • Hi Amos. Welcome to the Alliance. It looks like you know Kayleen and perhaps she had a hand in getting you here. If so, I'm glad. She's a remarkable woman. Since you're in the Bay Area, you may also want to join the Bay Area Chapter group. We are planning meetups at some point in the near future and all the info will go there if you're interested.

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  • Welcome Amos,

    Glad you found and decided to join the Alliance. I found the Council/Circle process most energizing and genuine in practice with my cohort at Pacific. It was as important an experience as the academic work and complemented the academic with the visceral. Happy to see your work continuing. There are several areas in the Alliance where ecopsychology is being discussed so I know those areas will be enriched by your sharing. Again, welcome to the Alliance. I look forward to your posts.

    Ed

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