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Medicine for the Earth: How to Transform Personal and Environmental Toxins

by Sandra Ingerman

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Wonderful book. If you've employed alternative healing techniques for yourself and/or others and want to take a further step in your healing, pick up this book. The text and techniques will bring you into better alignment and harmony, which will put you in a state to effect healing on all that is around you, including the earth. We're hitting a major point in what kind of stress we can put on our environment, and enough forces seem to want the status quo to stay in place. If you think you cannot change the world around you, read this book, and put the exercises into practice. Change can and will happen.

A note on the practices themselves: I already have a well developed spiritual practice and found that I've already performed much of them in my own work. If you do not have such a structure in your life, I would highly encourage working toward one. Personal practice and personal mythology do have a place, but I think they benefit even more from a larger structure. ( )
  quantumbutterfly | Mar 26, 2010 |
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From cross-cultural legends recounting shamanic cures to the biblical accounts of the parting of the Red Sea and Jesus multiplying the loaves and fishes, many spiritual traditions are rich in stories about seemingly inexplicable transformations of the natural world. The ancient healing art of transmutation, in which toxic substances are transformed into "safe" substances, is mentioned in all the world's great spiritual traditions, including Hinduism and Taoism. And while many have tapped this body of work to heal the self, it has yet to be used to heal our  environment.

For twenty years, Sandra Ingerman has studied alternative ways to reverse environmental pollution. In this book, Ingerman takes us on a remarkable journey through the history of transmutation, teaching us how we can use this forgotten technique to change ourselves and our environment. She provides us with creative visualizations, ceremonies, rituals, and chants derived from ancient healing practices that produce miraculous, scientifically proven results. In one dramatic illustration of what can be accomplished when consciousness and awareness fuel our actions, Ingerman describes her own success in transforming the nature of chemically polluted water.

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"... creative visualizations, ceremones, rituals, and chants derived from ancient healing practices that produce miraculous, scientifically proven [ways to reverse environmental pollution].--Cover.

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