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Rooted : life at the crossroads of science, nature, and spirit / Lyanda Lynn Haupt ; illustrations by Helen Nicholson.

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Including bibliographical references (pages 221-227).
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Frog Church : a rooted invocation -- The tenets of rootedness -- Listen : the wild summons of the wolf path: The wildflower task ; The "I am here" of hope ; Pilgrim on the wolf path ; Listening to the wolf ; A wild summons -- Shed : bare feet, holy ground: What we leave behind ; The megalithic measure ; Walking clay ; Intelligent feet ; Human paws and the dishonorable toe ; Homecoming -- Wander : a feral cartography: Skeletons ; Dangerous business ; Wired to wander ; The wandering mind ; Songlines/selflines ; Wandering for beginners -- Immerse : staying dirty during a forest bath: Forest prescribed ; Forest inspirited/forest commodified ; The replaceable wild ; The calm anxiety of creation ; Staying dirty during a forest bath -- Alone : the essential complexity of solitude: A culture of unsolitude ; Safe in the woods ; The primal sanity of solitude ; The solitary brain ; Flourishing ; Return -- Unsee : return to a fruitful darkness: Footsteps in the dark ; When darkness became evil ; The sheltering darkness ; Darkness lost ; Human animals in the dark ; Life at the speed of dark -- Relate : an infinity of animal intelligences: The doe ; The orca ; Beyond anthropomorphism ; A multiplicity of intelligences ; Coming into animal presence ; Shapeshifting ; Lifting up -- Speak : the abracadabra of earth: True naming ; Excavating true names ; Speaking of others ; Behold -- Grow : trees and the rings of belonging: The grieving trees ; Truth and trees ; Growth rings ; Communion and kith ; Forest risk, forest attunement ; Weirdos among the trees -- Create : the art of earth activism: The one thing and the ten thousand things ; Create-creature-creation ; The creating wind ; The science of creatures creating ; The creative ecology of home economics ; Name your charism -- Spiral : a wild return: Skin and soil ; The list ; Dress for the occasion ; An earthen immortality.
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"In Rooted, cutting-edge science supports a truth that poets, artists, mystics, and earth-based cultures across the world have proclaimed over millennia: life on this planet is radically interconnected. Our bodies, thoughts, minds, and spirits are affected by the whole of nature, and they affect this whole in return. In this time of crisis, how can we best live upon our imperiled, beloved earth?" --
Subject: Human ecology > Philosophy.
Human ecology.
Philosophy of nature.

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