Mindful Thoughts for Birdwatchers

Finding awareness in nature

Mindful Thoughts for Birdwatchers
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Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781782406457
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Description

Noticing and appreciating the awesome nature of birdlife is a spiritually affirming activity–reconnecting us to the natural world each and every day.

Mindful Thoughts for Birdwatchers presents a meaningful flock of enriching thoughts on the interconnectedness of nature in this delightfully illustrated little book.
 
From learning to deeply listen to nature’s songsters to discovering hidden birdlife in the city, author Adam Ford is an enlightening guide to why birdwatching is vital for a flourishing ecosystem and conscious wellbeing.

The author

Adam Ford is an ordained Anglican priest, now retired. He has an MA in Indian religions and regularly lectures on Buddhism and Hinduism. He is the author of The Art of Mindful Walking (2011), Seeking Silence in a Noisy World (2011), Mindfulness & the Art of Urban Living (2013), and Galileo & The Art of Ageing Mindfully (2015).

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781782406457
Illustrations: 20
Size: 4.331 in x 5.315 in / 110 mm x 135 mm
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