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Callanish Stones in Ancient Scotland / Spiritual Ecologist Jennifer Wilhoit / Silence of the Snowy Woods

By Russell Suereth

Five millennia ago along a Scottish hillside and northern loch waters the Callanish Stones were used for spiritual rituals. Our featured guest Jennifer Wilhoit has a PHD in environmental studies, and is a spiritual ecologist and researcher who writes about our relationship with nature. Learn about upcoming mindful events and spiritual observances including Easter and Passover. Show Segments Intro: 00:00 Spiritual Reflection: Silence of the Snowy Woods: 01:10 Spiritual Events and Observances: Easter and Passover: 02:20 Spiritual Places: Callanish Stones: 03:42 Featured Guest: Spiritual Ecologist, Jennifer Wilhoit: 05:44 Outro: 33:34 Our Featured Guest Jennifer Wilhoit has a PHD in Environmental Studies, and is a spiritual ecologist, researcher, and writer. Her latest book is titled “Writing on the Landscape: Essays and Practices to Write, Roam, Renew.” You can find out more about Jennifer, her books, and her other writings at her website.   Show Resources and Links The Christian holiday of Easter. The Jewish holiday of Passover. Activities of the Holy Father Pope Francis The schedule for the Dalai Lama. Eckhart Tolle and Kim Eng events.      Join our Spiritual Community Today Get exclusive access to podcasts, videos, our private Facebook group and more. Available only to Spiritual Fizz subscribers.   Find out more about the Spiritual Fizz Podcast Please support us by subscribing to this podcast on iTunes and tell your friends about us. We look forward to being with you next time when we talk more about the connections between the spiritual and physical worlds.

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