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by Peter Tompkins

eBook The Secret Life of Nature: Living in Harmony With the Hidden World of Nature Spirits from Fairies to Quarks epub
  • ISBN: 0062508474
  • Author: Peter Tompkins
  • Genre: Religion
  • Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harpercollins; 1st edition (June 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 228 pages
  • ePUB size: 1469 kb
  • FB2 size 1286 kb
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Peter Tompkins, author of the New York Times number one bestseller The Secret Life of Plants, parallels the scientist's world of. .If The Secret Life of Plants and the devas of Findhorn blew your mind, brace yourself for this one! It's fact, it's fantasy (or is it?)

Peter Tompkins, author of the New York Times number one bestseller The Secret Life of Plants, parallels the scientist's world of quarks and muons with the spiritualist's world of fairies and sprites in The Secret Life of Nature. There's more to nature than green leaves and twittering birds: it's a world that only the gifted and dedicated observer can see, using techniques of the mind that transcend the limits of the five senses, much as the scientist peers into the subatomic world with supercolliders and electron microscopes. If The Secret Life of Plants and the devas of Findhorn blew your mind, brace yourself for this one! It's fact, it's fantasy (or is it?)

Peter Tompkins was an American journalist, World War II spy, and best-selling author.

Peter Tompkins was an American journalist, World War II spy, and best-selling author. His best known and most influential books include The Secret Life of Plants, published in 1973, Secrets of the Great Pyramid, reprinted in paperback in 1997, and Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids, published in 1976. He is the father of author Ptolemy Tompkins.

x 9 T h e Secret L f e of Nature. has compiled a bibliography of almost a thousand books and papers written by professional academics on various facets of shamanism around the globe, dealing with such occult lore as out-of-body travel, forests teeming with spirits, and the healing power of plants.

In a dramatic meeting of New Science and New Age, Tompkins's new book is sure to radically transform how readers perceive and treat the natural world around them. 20 photos & drawings.

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In this dramatic combination of New Science and esoteric religious and philosophical wisdom, Tompkins draws from the recorded accounts of the visions of clairvoyants and shamans dating from the ancient mysteries, passed on through Hindus, Persians, Chaldeans, Pythagoreans, Pharaonic Egyptians, Gnostics, neo-Platonists, Kabbalists, and Rosicrucians down to the theosophists and anthroposophists of today. To these are added recent studies by naturalists and scientists that support the view that nature spirits are, in fact, not only real, but crucial transformers and manipulators of primordial energy within the natural world.A century ago theosophists using yogic powers accurately described the subatomic composition of all the known chemical elements (and several as yet undiscovered by science) down to the level of quarks and beyond, descriptions since validated by nuclear physicists. Why not, argues Tompkins, give credence to the minute descriptions of the world of nature spirits provided by the same theosophists and anthropologists down to details of their habits and essential functions, and upward through the spiritual hierarchies from which they derive?"Walking through the woods I do not see spirits, but I sense them all around." According to Tompkins, they develop the growth in plants, assist in the rhythms of nature, and are intermediaries between humans and the world we live in. Assuming that the actions of these beings are fundamental to natural laws, Tompkins says it should be possible to "integrate [our] efforts with theirs and to lead this planet back to its proper state as a Garden of Eden, thriving and healthy." But time, he reminds us, is running out - the loss of natural ecosystems and the extinction of plant and animal species around the world is approaching catastrophic levels. Concerned ultimately with both the condition of the planet and the state of the human soul, Tompkins prescribes a cure: to develop our innate perceptions, become conscious of these spirits, and cooperate with them to heal the earth, restore nature, and rediscover ourselves.
Comments: (7)
The Rollers of Vildar
I am most of the way through the book, and it is hard going for me: the material and concepts difficult for me to put my mind around. This is a book that I will have to read again and again, and it is a stunning challenge. What if all our so-called sophisticated scientific ideas and methods are crude attempts at understanding? The analogy I can make is that of using blunt force to attack and dissect--an energy-wasting and destructive method of analysis--when we can more effortlessly and productively allow insights instead. This is truly a mind-blowing challenge to all our assumptions about how the world works, and I am grateful to Peter Tompkins for providing it.
Mavivasa
If The Secret Life of Plants and the devas of Findhorn blew your mind, brace yourself for this one! It's fact, it's fantasy (or is it?) From fairies, elementals, theosophy, A.C. Doyle and the Little People, quarks, to the God particle and---beyond. You'll never look at life again after you read this book. Better than Harry Potter.
Oveley
Peter Tompkins, or as I like to refer to him as the real Indiana Jones, or maybe Indy's father (played by Sean Connery) is a more appropriate definition. The world is as mysterious as it is vast, and small minded men who think mysteries cannot still exist in our modern world are as outdated as the dinosaurs.
nadness
If you don't know you better ask somebody!
This was a very interesting read the first time around.
If you want to read about the other worlds surrounding us, this seems to be a good introduction.
Obong
Just as described
Risky Strong Dromedary
The book was in beautiful condition and inlcuded a most eloquent and beautiful greeting from a giver to the giftee.

Thank you and about to order another book by the same author.
Redfury
Fast and as described.
Weird. I loved "Secret life of plants".This is all about faries and mythical creatures. Not saying they don't exist, they may, but he presents it all as fact, even though some have been admitted to be false by those who claimed to have photographed them. Not what I thought it would be.
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