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The Sacred Demise of Industrial Civilization

But she’s also a psychologist concerned about how we personally navigate the turbulence and find meaning within it. The author of Sacred Demise: Walking the Spiritual Path of Industrial Civilizations Collapse, she describes the old story that isn’t working anymore (humans are separate from nature), and the new story we must live by for real sustainability. Her Speaking Truth to Power website is a rich collection of articles reflecting both collapse and preparedness action.

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Comment by tom brandstetter on August 3, 2011 at 9:25am
I agree. I like this way of looking at the world. Unflinching assessment of the world yet the ability see a new future.    Another person's take on this comes from is Sharon Astyk. Her book Depletion and Abundance is another take on the sacred demise. It's full of helpful practical tips for both the mind and hands
Comment by John Stephen Kossifas on August 2, 2011 at 5:40pm

I love this! A reminder to not focus on the negative, and to embrace and work for a vision for a new way of living.

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