more on landscape and spirituality

Chas Clifton links to a very nice article on the challenges of adapting to unfamiliar (and in some cases wildly different) bioregions for those whose spirituality is attuned to a particular area. This, of course, taps into an ongoing concern of my own with embodied spirituality and the importance of local nature.

Go and read.


2 thoughts on “more on landscape and spirituality

  1. executivepagan Post author

    I have given it some thought, and I do have a vague preference for native varietals, but I haven’t ever gotten the feeling that non-native plants are actually unwelcome. Of course, we’re not planting much, as we only have 2/10 of an acre.

    Thanks for reading! You win the award for the fastest comment ever, BTW… :)

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