Embracing Nature's Wisdom: 4 Exercises for Peace, Joy & Creativity [NOOK Book]

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Nature's wisdom offers us a pathway back to our true selves and a deep communion with the flow of life. In this free e-book Simon Paul Harrison offers four deceptively simple, yet remarkably powerful exercises to cultivate peace, joy and creativity. The wisdom of Nature is simple and timeless. Discover just how easy, but also profoundly life-changing this can be!

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Embracing Nature's Wisdom: 4 Exercises for Peace, Joy & Creativity

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Overview

Nature's wisdom offers us a pathway back to our true selves and a deep communion with the flow of life. In this free e-book Simon Paul Harrison offers four deceptively simple, yet remarkably powerful exercises to cultivate peace, joy and creativity. The wisdom of Nature is simple and timeless. Discover just how easy, but also profoundly life-changing this can be!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044930698
  • Publisher: Simon Harrison
  • Publication date: 9/4/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 129,443
  • File size: 160 KB

Meet the Author

Simon Paul Harrison is the author of The Truly Alive Child, and the founder and director of Wild Earth's Children. Simon’s life work and vision is supporting people to re-connect with the very deepest flow of who they really are: peace, joy and creativity. Simon uses the power of nature to create the space for people to embrace deeply life-changing experiences.


Simon began working with children as an elementary school teacher in his native England. After a number of years he came to America to learn from world renowned tracker and survivalist Tom Brown Jr. Simon fell in love with the natural world and never looked back.


He worked for Tom Brown’s Tracker School before becoming the director of The Children of The Earth Foundation (COTEF), a non-profit that Tom founded to lead children back to the Earth. Simon enjoyed a number of successful years with COTEF, teaching all over North America, including Alaska, New England, and the Cree Nation in Quebec.


Simon felt the calling of his vision urging him westwards where he founded Wild Earth’s Children and wrote The Truly Alive Child. He lives in Colorado with his wife Katherine.


For more free resources, upcoming programs, audio downloads and the book, go to simonpaulharrison.com

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