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Contemplations of a Primal Mind

by Gabriel Horn

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"What is the "primal mind"? What is the "civilized mind"? Horn explores these questions in his first chapter, which culminates in a powerful message for all of us: the "Primal Manifesto." Horn goes on to reveal the wonder of an eye that still sees the splendor of the natural world, the spirits of the supernatural realms, and the Star People of our possible future. Horn shares wisdom learned from swimming with dolphins in the Florida Keys, and the power of ancestral wisdom, which he relates through two moving traditional stories." "Sometimes bitter and angry, yet always hopeful and generous, Horn challenges the reader to see the poverty of our current attitudes toward the environment and the animal world. He implores readers to see modern society's rejection of the sacred and urges a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of all life on the planet."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved… (more)
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"What is the "primal mind"? What is the "civilized mind"? Horn explores these questions in his first chapter, which culminates in a powerful message for all of us: the "Primal Manifesto." Horn goes on to reveal the wonder of an eye that still sees the splendor of the natural world, the spirits of the supernatural realms, and the Star People of our possible future. Horn shares wisdom learned from swimming with dolphins in the Florida Keys, and the power of ancestral wisdom, which he relates through two moving traditional stories." "Sometimes bitter and angry, yet always hopeful and generous, Horn challenges the reader to see the poverty of our current attitudes toward the environment and the animal world. He implores readers to see modern society's rejection of the sacred and urges a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of all life on the planet."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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