Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Anima Mundi - The Film in Ecopsychology
"Bonnie, thank you for sharing this. I was deeply moved by the trailer and would like to view the film soon!  This inspires me as I write/film my dissertation. The perspectives from the featured participants are unique and thought-provoking. "
May 15, 2012
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Book Review of "Nature & Psyche" by David Kidner in Ecopsychology
"Bonnie, thank you for the recommendations.  I can never pass on books that have interesting titles like the aforementioned! Yes, I know Dennis Merritt very well. He is a Jungian analyst from Wisconsin and, in a former life, was an entomologist.…"
Jan 31, 2012
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Book Review of "Nature & Psyche" by David Kidner in Ecopsychology
"Bonnie, I really liked Slattery's review and it drew me to read more.  While I have not read it, I would like to include it in my dissertation writing (what dissertation writing?). Lynn"
Jan 30, 2012
Lynn Marie Hynes left a comment on Shamanism, Ritual, & Medicine
"Rebecca, dahhhhh...Bonnie Bright has so beautifully given us a link to books on Shamanism.  See the QuickLinks section of this page.  I forgot about it until just now, but you will more than likely find books relating to your areas of interest. Lynn"
Sep 18, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Sharon Heath's discussion How wonderful to discover this group of like-minded souls! in Ecopsychology
"Sharon, welcome to the group!  I looked at your latest book, and I will be ordering it soon.  Your background and areas of interest are very aligned with mine, and I am sure, others in this alliance.  We look forward to sharing with you. Lynn"
Sep 18, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes left a comment on Shamanism, Ritual, & Medicine
"Rebecca, the shaman is not a private mystic, but exists to serve a community.  For the shaman, the community is generally a fairly small-scale society in which ideas of the soul combine with the cyclical view of natural processes, so that an…"
Sep 18, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion 10 of the Most Influential People in Shamanism today in Shamanism, Ritual, & Medicine
"Bonnie, thank you for the posting.  What an amazing listing of Shamans!  I read a few of the bios, and was very surprised that Eliade was a Shaman.  While is is deceased, and his books world-famous, I did not know this fact."
Sep 11, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Eco-Psychology in the Borderlands -- Audio interview with Jerome S. Bernstein in Ecopsychology
"I just finished listening to this interview.  Thank you for posting this, Bonnie.  As I attempt to narrow my dissertation topic, I was inspired by what Jerome said about "simply listening" and not attempting (in our Western minds) to interpret.  The…"
Jun 13, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes left a comment on Ecopsychology
"This article reminds us all that we have drifted so far from our natural instincts and relationship to earth. Our arrogance will be our downfall---potentially the downfall of humanity on this earth. The news clip with the first interviewee was…"
May 31, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes left a comment on Shamanism, Ritual, & Medicine
"In our western society, we have a view of the"ideal" and "perfection" that is laden with different meanings and images.  This view of ourselves measuring up to an ideal causes psychic fragmentation and only includes the light, shiny, happy side of…"
May 31, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Julie Ann Perkins's discussion "Soundscape Ecology" in Ecopsychology
"Julie, I am not sure if you are interested in the sounds of nature, but there is a beautiful book called TheHealing Sounds from the Malaysian Rainforest by Marina Roseman .  The book explores sound in Temiar healing performances.  I like the way the…"
Apr 11, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Julie Ann Perkins's discussion "Soundscape Ecology" in Ecopsychology
"Julie, I just finished listening to NPR and an interview with Katy Payne, an acoustical biologist who recently wrote Silent Thunder.  She said that nature is her church, and I can understand why as I listen to the sounds of the whales and elephats…"
Apr 3, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Radiation in Japan Seas: Risk of Animal Death, Mutation? in Ecopsychology
"Thank you for offering these perspectives on the radiation in our ocean.  Recently, I saw this article in The Week, and it offered yet another perspective on the disaster in Chernobyl.
 
http://theweek.com/article/index/213498/after-the-apocalypse
 …"
Apr 3, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion The Last Untouched Eden (VIDEO) in Ecopsychology
"In Deep Ecology (1985), there is a passage about "wilderness".  We designate certain areas of land, islands, rivers, etc. to "official wilderness."  But natural resource economists, favoring rapid economic development based on narrowly perceived…"
Mar 6, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes left a comment on Shamanism, Ritual, & Medicine
"Cathryn, your remarks are potent.  Where I live, several inches of snow and ice cover the places where I make my gardens.  Your comments reminded me that I need to be with that sacred place of growth no matter what the season or weather.  I want to…"
Feb 12, 2011
Lynn Marie Hynes left a comment on Ritual Space
"Ed, having been pagan at birth, indoctrinated into Catholicism in my youth, I have returned in mid-life as an earthy pagan woman.  For this reason, I have more energy around the Winter Solstice.  If you do not have Frazer's, The Golden Bough, you…"
Dec 23, 2010
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  • Welcome Lynn! Glad to have you here. Hope you will be willing to share some of your writing on the site one day soon....
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