The Universe of the Human Body

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    Marko Pogacnik is an expert in geomancy, that is, exploring the landscape experientially and gathering information about the Gaia and the different levels of the earth's reality. In this unique book, he brings the same approach to the study of the human body, exploring how we can consciously enter our own body space to experience it from the inside, and how to prepare to meet the coming challenges -- the equivalent of climate change. This book is both theoretical and practical, and includes exercises called Gaia Touch exercises, inspired by the elementals, which will stimulate personal development and help us become conscious co-creators with Gaia of the new emerging reality.

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    Number of Pages: 268
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781584209867
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    Listed in: Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice
    Publisher: Lindisfarne Books

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