Welcome to the Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf!
This book club has been in the making for the last two years, and I am so excited that it is finally coming into fruition! Thank you for answering the call and being interested in reading alongside me in the quiet yet blossoming field of Spiritual Ecology. Together we will be diving into the works of authors who are weaving together stories of spirit and nature, and exploring through group dialogue and writing what makes us feel connected to the earth, ourselves and our communities. Below is some information and details on how to participate! I look forward to connecting more through the coming months.
For those attending in-person:
The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf will take place on the 2nd Tuesday of alternating months at Point Reyes Books. Please be sure to bring a notebook and pen.
These meet-ups are free to the public & open to drop-ins, although RSVP’s ahead of time aregreatly appreciated!
Location: Point Reyes Books
Date: Tuesday, July 9th
Upcoming 2019 dates:
July 9th, Sept 10th, November 12th
For those reading from afar and participating online:
Every Sunday I will be posting on my Instagram (@earthisohana) and website an excerpt from the current book we are studying alongside a reflective writing prompt. Both of these spaces will be a great place to share your reflections and thoughts to these prompts. Please use #sebookshelf & #spiritualecologybookshelf so we can find each other. I will be weaving these prompts together during our discussion for those interested in a group call on zoom.
Group Call on Zoom:
Next Meeting: Monday July 8th
Time: 6:30 - 7:45pm PST
Upcoming 2019 Dates: July 8th, Sept 9th, November 11th
If you are new to zoom please take a moment ahead of time to familiarize yourself with this platform. An email will be sent out ahead of time with how to call-in. Please sign up using the newsletter form below to receive the zoom meeting information.
A few last notes:
It is important to me that this space is truly interactive. If you are interested in submitting a passage and prompt for discussion, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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