January 5, 2014
Originally posted on Tailbook:
Tailbook Press has published its first Finnish Kindle edition: it’s An Introduction to Communication With Animals and Nature by Trish Scott. (The English Kindle edition was published soon after the Finnish one.) This was also a fabulous opportunity for me to see how Kindle Store actually works. Also, there are less than 10 books in Finnish for Kindle, and I have been pretty upset about that for years.. There is nothing better than Kindle in the whole world… How come there is nothing to read…for people who’d like to read in their native language?
I translated this animal communication guide for the Finnish readers last year, but now even more people can reach it via Kindle e-readers. So cool! Every step that helps to spread the awareness about animal communication, also in this small, dark and cold country, almost next to North Pole, is a joy…
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January 4, 2014
Is out of the closet!!! You can now get it on Kindle!
She’s done it again. The phenomenal Lea Pihlman, who translated my book into Finnish awhile back, contacted me yesterday to ask if she might set it up for Kindle under Tailbook Press. Are you kidding? Of course!!! And when Lea decides to do something, it was done yesterday! So you can read it in Finnish from your Kindle or you can read it in English! Here it is, An Introduction To Communication With Animals And Nature – A Journey Toward Wholeness [Kindle Edition] !!!
September 30, 2013
Originally posted on Beyond Meds:
By Laura K. Kerr
The Red Book has been described as Jung’s creative response to the threat of madness, yet it has also been seen as a deliberate exercise in self-analysis. I believe it’s likely both. When creating The Red Book, Jung knew he was on the verge of madness, and he also knew his analytical skills and expertise as a psychiatrist were his best chance at alleviating suffering, if not creating the conditions for transformation.
In many regards, The Red Book reads like a healing journey — a phrase often used to describe the reclaiming of self after a history of abuse — which is a transformative period that happens for many people committed to overcoming early life trauma. On the way to an authentic self there is first the need to step away from the person one became to survive abuse. Those confronted with this journey…
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July 3, 2013
Please visit my new website/blog. That’s where it’s all happening these days. It includes all of the archives from this blog, all of my new blog posts AND all the goodies that were on my old ScottFree2b website. This blog is a lame duck – nothing else is going to be happening here.
Thank you thank you for your continued interest in Breathing (this blog) but honestly, we can all continue breathing in the new venue ;)
May 8, 2013
As I hope many of you know already, I have moved my blogging activity to my new website http://www.trishascott.com. On that site I have included the archives from this site. It is where my new posts will appear as well as all of my work from the old website scottfree2b.com and all of the services I offer.
I have just discovered, though, that there is a newish wordpress perk with which you can Re-Blog a post that you like from another blogger. I love this. Problem is that it doesn’t work for self hosted sites. Actually that’s OK. I can still Re-Blog posts I think are great and they end up here!
So this is now my official Re-Blogging place and my Official Home is trishascott.com. It all works out. So if you like the things I am re-blogging I welcome you to my new world here!
May 8, 2013
Originally posted on Beyond Meds:
Representative Tim Ryan (D-OH) discusses how mindfulness can offer an effective—and bipartisan—remedy for problems plaguing our schools, hospitals, veterans, and society at large. A talk he delivered for the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley in May, 2012.
This video discusses the wide implications for mindfulness and meditation for all human beings.
He talks about Father Thomas Keating’s Centering Prayer in the video above which is a form of Christian Mindfulness Meditation really. There are many ways people learn to do this in all cultures, religions and countries all over the world. This is something that belongs to all humanity, not any one group or religion. Ryan, in fact, underscores it’s basically just about paying attention. Which is how I’ve talked about meditation as well: Meditation is the PRACTICE of learning to PAY ATTENTION. That is all.
I’m reposting the below post about Rep. Ryan:
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