Dancing with the Earth Changes

A Guide through the Challenges of the Twenty-first Century

Marko Pogacnik

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  • Arms readers with positive, practical techniques to help meet the challenges of the twenty-first century
  • Includes meditations, specialist exercises and rituals
  • A practical spiritual guide from the author of Sacred Geography and The Universe of the Human Body

A collection of meditations, exercises and rituals to help readers face the challenges of twenty-first century life.

210 x 146 mm
Lindisfarne Books
Mind, Body, Spirit; Philosophy of the Natural World
56 b/w illustrations
192 pages
Publication date:
13 May 2021


Planet earth as we know it is changing rapidly as a consequence of the excessive use of fossil fuels, deforestation and industrial processes. Our natural environment is deteriorating at pace and today people are struggling to find mechanisms to cope in the face of these changes.

This vital book offers positive, practical techniques to give readers the tools needed to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century. Readers will find guidance and comfort in the innovative forms of meditations, exercises and rituals, accompanied by the author's intuitive line drawings.

This is a hugely important spiritual guide which offers practical techniques to help readers meet the challenges of modern life.


Marko Pogačnik was born in Slovenia in 1944. He studied sculpture and acquired an international reputation in conceptual and landscape art before developing lithopuncture, a method of ecological healing for places and landscapes. He is a lecturer at the Hagia Chora School for Geomancy in Slovenia and is the author of Sacred Geography, Gaia's Quantum Leap and The Universe of the Human Body.

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