Publisher: DEVORSS PUBLICATIONS
When does the “trail” become the “path”? So often we are drawn to nature for solace and peace during challenging times in our lives. Walking along our favorite trail, we begin to “see” clearer and gain a better perspective of our situation. Stephen Altschuler believes that solitude in nature is the way to confront the tests of life by observing how even the smallest forms of life survive the threat of harsh weather, predators, and yes, humans. Join Stephen Altschuler, who discovered his own spiritual path through an insightful relationship with nature, as he leads you on a walk along the trails of Point Reyes National Seashore in Northern California. With each chapter, THE MINDFUL HIKER will guide you toward the discovery of your own path where you’ll find the inner strength to adapt and cope with the realities of today.
ON THE TRAIL TO FIND THE PATH
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STEPHEN ALTSCHULER is a writer, teacher, and counselor. His other books include Sacred Paths and Muddy Places: Rediscovering Spirit in Nature (1993), and Hidden Walks in the East Bay and Marin: Pathways, Essays, and Yesterdays (2001). He has also written articles and essays for numerous periodicals. In addition, he counsels disabled students at Santa Rosa Junior College, and teaches Tai Chi there as well. Stephen lives with his wife, Ruth, in Sebastopol, California. You can learn more about his workshops and talks at his website, www.mindfulhiker.com.