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- Publisher : Llewellyn Worldwide
- Release Date : 2019-06-08
- Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
- Pages : 456
- ISBN Code: 0738755419
Summary: Connect with Spiritual Energy in the Natural World Deepen your connection to the world around you, expand your consciousness, and grow spiritually by actively engaging with the earth's energy. This groundbreaking book presents the various forms of earth frequency and how working with this energy leads to amazing improvements in your happiness, self-confidence, and spirituality. Melissa Alvarez becomes your personal tour guide to 250 power places and sacred sites all over the world, from Antelope Canyon in Arizona to Mount Olympus in Greece. Earth Frequency lets you explore many unique and interesting locations that are overflowing with the positivity of the planet's energy. You'll also discover visualizations and exercises designed to increase your intuition and open you to the dynamic power of a place. Featuring nine maps and location keys for major geographical areas as well as detailed information on the earth's chakra system, this book will broaden your horizons and transform your nature-based practice.
- Author : Daniel R. Montello,Michael T. Applegarth,Tom L. McKnight
- Publisher : Waveland Press
- Release Date : 2021-03-29
- Category: Science
- Pages : 602
- ISBN Code: 1478647124
Summary: The fifth and thoroughly revised edition of Regional Geography of the United States and Canada provides a rich and comprehensive overview of both the physical and human geography of these two countries, and in the true spirit of geography, the interactions and interrelations of the physical and human. Following long traditions of the discipline of geography, this text incorporates words, maps, drawings, photographs, and numerical data to present its information in an engaging way. After covering beneficial precursor topics—such as the basics of physical and human geography—the text explores fifteen regions of the US and Canada. The authors observe and describe our planet’s geography in thorough and accessible detail, while laying out the spatial basics of the location, shape, and size of the different regions, and summarizes their most distinctive thematic qualities. Physical topics covered include the region’s topography and landforms, soils, climate, hydrography, vegetation, and wildlife. The human topics include the region’s population; the ethnicities and settlement history of its people; economic activities, including agriculture, forestry, mining, fishing, manufacturing, and service industries; cities; and transportation. In-depth essays expand on specific topics of interest and importance, while outlook sections prognosticate about the near future of the regions. Each chapter concludes with a bibliography of books, articles, and reports that provide further sources for the interested reader.
- Author : Lonely Planet,Amy C Balfour,Greg Benchwick,Sara Benson,Emily Matchar,Carolyn McCarthy,Becky Ohlsen,Regis St Louis,Patrick Kinsella,Stephanie Pearson
- Publisher : Lonely Planet
- Release Date : 2016-06-01
- Category: Travel
- Pages : 501
- ISBN Code: 1760341789
Summary: Explore all 59 of America's National Parks with this inspirational coffee table book. Beautiful landscape photography and wildlife illustrations will wow readers. Practical ideas on where to stay and what to do help readers plan visits, and detailed itineraries make it easy. A wonderful introduction to America's National Parks for all the family.
- Author : Henry David Thoreau
- Publisher : Cosimo, Inc.
- Release Date : 2009-01-01
- Category: Literary Collections
- Pages : 226
- ISBN Code: 1605207314
Summary: This is one of the most important works by the most important American philosopher: Henry David Thoreau, vital figure in the Transcendentalist movement, hero to environmentalists and ecologists, profound thinker on humanity's happiness. First published in 1854, Walden collects the penetrating reflections from the two years Thoreau lived in solitude on the shores of Massachusetts' Walden Pond. In lucid, poetic prose, Thoreau ponders the beauty of living simply and in communion with nature. It is a work of pastoral magnificence and wisdom that has moved generations of readers. Writer and philosopher HENRY DAVID THOREAU (1817-1862) was born in Concord, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard University. His writings on human nature, materialism, and the natural world rank him among the most influential thinkers of American literature.
- Author : Margaret MacLean,David Myers,Randall Mason
- Publisher : Getty Publications
- Release Date : 2005
- Category: Architecture
- Pages : 233
- ISBN Code: 0892367970
Summary: The four case studies included are: Grosse Île and the Irish National Memorial site in Canada, the Chaco Culture National Historical Park in the USA, the Port Arthur historic site in Australia, and Hadrian's Wall.