The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 changed the world, now an environment framed by fear, uncertainty, hatred and fanaticism. Wise teachings about the mind bring spiritual warriors to the fore, to champion peace, environmental care, and non-violent reconciliation. The skills and methods of cooling anger, of dealing with the terrorist within, of putting the breaks on anger's translation into deadly harm, are found in meditation traditions with practical down to earth exercises. Eco-psychology, traditional ecological knowledge, and globalization, are brought into a discussion of events that take the reader on a sweep of history, from Chief Seattle's speech of 1854 to the World Trade Organization, and beyond- to the Tobin Tax and the reconfiguration of our global order. This is a different kind of book about Ecology and Consciousness.
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