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Like A Tree

How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet
Narrated by: Jean Shinoda Bolen
Length: 7 hrs and 18 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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If you've ever admired a tree for its simple beauty, appreciated its cool shade, or loved climbing up its large truck or branches, you are a part of a deeply rooted tribe that Jean Shindoa Bolen calls "tree people". In Like a Tree, this best-selling author and Jungian analyst invites us to explore our sacred relationship to these magnificent plants, and uncover the hidden wisdom they have to offer.

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Eye Opening!

Are you a Tree Hugger? This book will awaken you in so many ways. You'll find yourself smiling, wanting to cry, getting really angry, and finding yourself full of happiness. This book speaks to the Soul!

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Print version recommended.

The content of this book is worthy, timely, precious. But it needed a professional narrator, so much. Whether that "should" have mattered or not, it did.

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Trees are miracles!

I love this book so much! It was filled with the fax I had no idea of him and gave me a much deeper insight into what trees really are and what they provide us.