Navajo chant

artHozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni. The Earth, its life am I. The Earth, its feet are my feet. The Earth, its legs are my legs. The Earth, its body is my body. The Earth, its thoughts are my thoughts. The Earth, its speech is my speech. The sky, its life am I. The mountains, its life am I. The sun, its life am I. White corn, its life am I. Yellow corn, its life am I. The corn beetle, its life am I. Hozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni, hozhoni.  — (As read to us in a class I’m taking by Andrew Harvey)

More on topic from Beyond Meds:

●  Ecopsychology – an intro

●  The best natural healer turns out to be nature

Also from Beyond Meds, posts that feature Joanna Macy’s work with ecopsychology:

●  The great turning: the shift from industrial growth society to a life sustaining society

●  We can come home again

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