Logos Keeps Readers From Fighting Against The Flow Of Life
Logos sets you up to have uncommon integrity. It helps you be successful in the world by giving you an understanding of how to go with the flow of universal principles.
By living so much of our lives indoors, away from natural processes, we have largely forgotten that our abiding, abundant, and authentic happiness is tied to a lovely and sustainable environment. As a result, we are too often fighting the tide.
Logos corrects that. This second book in the Heartwood Path series describes the structure of the integrity that needs to be rekindled if one expects to flourish.
To that end, Logos offers sixty-eight prescriptions. Specifically, such directions include:
Transform Yourself So You Can Transform The WorldMove To The Integral Stage Of Spiritual DevelopmentMove From Theories To Experiences Engage In Transformative Cross TrainingGet To Know Your ChakrasGrow Through Intimacy And "Ultimacy"Understand The Mechanisms Of Oneness
It also presents sixty-eight outdoor activities, including:
Visualizing Your Most Optimistic FutureDeveloping Loving KindnessApplying The Model Of Integrity To Improving RelationshipsPracticing The Elements Of MeditationCultivating The Freedom Of Thought And Expansion Of PerspectiveIndulging In Earthly Pleasures
Through these directions and activities, Logos gladdens people and regenerates the beauty and sustainability of the natural environment. Through a holistic approach that emphasizes inner work on intentions and ethics plus outer work on behavior and physical systems, Logos prevents you from perpetually swimming against the current of life.
Without regularly communing with natural beings as fellow subjects we as a species have lost our integrity. Logos corrects that too.
Like the other Heartwood Path books, Logos offers a unique and enjoyable course of study that shows ways to simultaneously bring about increased personal happiness and a regenerated local and global environment. It uses eco-psychology, conservation psychology, and communing with natural beings to help participants reawaken to their bond with nature.
Through these means, Logos, presents fundamental truths about wholeness, honor, and rightness. With them, one is ready to work well with others on ecological and social issues.