Volcano History – How to Start Waking Up
If you are reading this, then you have undoubtedly seen the Volcano History by Michael Brown. It is available at bookstores all over the country and it is well worth checking out.
Michael Brown is a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Social Work. He has worked as a clinical social worker, an assistant teacher, and has studied under both the theorists and practitioners of therapeutic touch and Bodywork. His interest in healing was sparked from his own healing journey and his interest in exploring how social institutions and healing practices impact and are impacted by the environment and body.
Volcano History is all about healing from the environment. The book focuses on the relationship between environmental factors such as pollution, neglect, neglectful parenting, and the trauma of childhood trauma and personal healing. As Brown talks about the relationship between humans and the environment, he asks questions about our identity and what we think of ourselves. His thesis is that while we might believe that we are independent of the environment, what we think of ourselves is completely dependent on the type of life we lead.
Volcano History is really a ‘how to’ manual in a sense. You can pick up a copy of the book and begin to apply some of the ideas he presents in the book to your own life. One thing you can do is to look at the areas of your life where you believe that you have had unhealthful influences and go from there to see if you can find something that works for you in healing the environment around you.
Volcano History is not a ‘how to’ manual or ‘quick fix’ manual. In fact, the book is over 900 pages long so you will definitely want to have time to read it carefully. What it does do, however, is really break down what we are doing to the environment and what we are doing to ourselves.
Volcano History is all about is looking at how we are harming ourselves, how we are affected by the environment, and how we can help ourselves heal. It is really a guide to getting back to our natural state.
Volcano History is definitely worth a look. Go get a copy today!