Nature’s Narrative Book
Written for spiritual seekers, essential oil lovers, yoga/meditation students & teachers, Natures Narrative guides you on a beautiful exploration and journey into a deeper understanding of yourself. Using a combination of meditation, mantra, mudra, chakras and essential oils diving into this work will guide you towards inner peace, balance and happiness.
This text holds deep wisdom, guidance and love by engaging you in meditation and awareness practices.
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Wonderful, very insightful, great practices and tips, beautifully done! Mandalas are very special. Writing is clear, inspiring, art is beautiful. Meditation practices are helpful.
This fabulous book is a wise, compassionate guide to opening your heart, body and soul through the chakras, using inspirational mindfulness meditations, mandala art, and essential oil recommendations. Nature’s Narrative is a testament that everything we need is in nature, and in discovering and honouring our own true nature. Highly recommended!
Author, Yoga Poems: Lines to Unfold By and Owner, Sun and Moon Yoga of Tokyo
Nature’s Narrative is for those people who prefer to encounter a spirituality with roots in the past but that is not limited by traditional forms of authority.
The entire content of the book both explicitly and implicitly intends to support conscious engagement with well-being at the individual level. It does so abundantly and skillfully. It offers wonderful ways for people to connect with their bodies, feelings, thoughts and with the natural world. It offers clear ways for de-stressing and for expressing healing attitudes such as gratitude and generosity (among others). These are all qualities deeply needed in our world.
David Gardiner, Ph.D.
The book will become a bible on the six elements I envisage, one that readers will return to often. The book is beautifully presented.
The theory and practice presented in Nature’s Narrative are targeted at the individual level. The clear instructions and illustrations provide a way to wellbeing by engaging the six elements and the six senses. Importantly, each person can chose their own pace. While the path to conscious engagement is one we take on our own, it is clear that we are not alone on that journey.
Associate Professor in Natural Sciences, Australia