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Visitor's name: Janeanne in Seattle
Comments: There are few sites which are true blessings on the Net. This site is one of them. Not only is it interesting, but one can learn what what needs to know in order toforget what one needs to forget :-) Reconnecting with Nature brings us Home. Thank you for this opportunity to touch in with a natural community in nonlocal space.
Sign Time: September 05 1998 at 23:24:03
Visitor's name: Tim Kutchen
You are from: Marquette, MI
Comments: BRAVO! After 8 months of researching, believing, and informing friends of the concept of ecopsychology, I stumble across this website. I wrote an essay in my last non-fiction writing course last semester on ecopsychology which turned some heads and caught some attention to this way of thought. It was at that time, by way of my expressions and thoughts of people like Edward O. Wilson which have captivated my soul, giving myself an outlet, a theory to help educate people about how experiencing nature can cure many of our (mankinds) deceptions and mispleasures of life. I have recently received a B.S. in Conservation from Northern Michigan Univeristy, on my way to a second degree in Outdoor Recreation, Leadership and Management from the same institution. This website has helped me in my quest to affirm to others, both friends and those of whom I do not know on a personal level, how relating to nature on a "first-name basis" can help curb the "life-is-damned" syndrome many folks have.
Sign Time: August 29 1998 at 22:27:17
Visitor's name: Linda Copes
You are from: No. California
Comments: I love this site!!! It may sound strange, however in many ways this site and these pages makes me feel like I do when I spend time in the natural world. For when I read the words, in these pages and from others who have experienced nature, I am transported to the outdoor world,a world of peace and beauty and tranquility, a world of trees and flowers and animals, simply living and being, as I believe we were all meant to exist. I have done many of the activities here and in the PNC books, and my life is so much richer yet simpler. I have expereinced profound peace, happiness, love, friendship, support and laughter through this reconnection with nature process. Nature teaches me to be me, allows me to simply be, gives me freedom and life. It has been through these activities that I have been able to know me, to know my real place here, to know the oneness of all of life. And its really FUN!!! This is a beautiful site to visit and enjoy...I am deeply grateful for the natural world for leading me to this place and to these friends.
Sign Time: August 29 1998 at 00:33:55
Visitor's name: Theresa Sweeney
You are from: West Palm Beach, FL
Comments: Mike, what can I say? You've brought the truth to my consciousness and helped me recover my soul. I now have a deep inner sense of belonging that no circumstances can ever take away. For this, and so much more, I am eternally grateful.
Sign Time: August 28 1998 at 20:21:44
Visitor's name: Christyna Hunter
You are from: Virginia
Comments: Not only have my feelings and respect for nature been affirmed by the PNC courses I have participated in, but I have met some incredible people as well. Please keep up the good work, Mike!
Sign Time: August 28 1998 at 15:17:34
Visitor's name: Jan Goldfield
You are from: New Orleans, La
Comments: Mike, as usual your work is well presented. And even more so, if we would all give it a try, we could live and love life.
Sign Time: August 28 1998 at 14:51:00
Visitor's name: Charles Weaver
You are from: Olga, WA
Comments: Right On! Keep up the great work. At last, here's a process that helps us co-create a sane, peacful society in balance with nature. Please sign me up for the Orientation Course.
Sign Time: August 22 1998 at 12:04:04
Visitor's name: Sara Franck
You are from: Twisp, WA
Comments: I never thought of my feelings as being part of nature before, thank you!
Sign Time: August 16 1998 at 19:05:06
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