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The Healing Code of Nature: Discovering the New Science of Eco-Psychosomatics
Contributor(s): Arvay, Clemens G., Graham, Victoria Goodrich (Translator)
ISBN: 1683640314     ISBN-13: 9781683640318
Publisher: Sounds True
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Product Type: Paperback
Published: August 2018

Human beings are inseparable from the natural world, co-evolving with all of life. In order to thrive, we need to nourish this bond. In The Healing Code of Nature, biologist Clemens G. Arvay illuminates the miraculous ways that the human body interprets the living “code” of plants, animals, and our larger natural habitat for healing and sustenance. Here is a book as inspiring as it is fascinating, offering a new vision for the future of medicine and the way we relate to our environment.
Learn more about:
• The new science of eco-psychosomatics: the study of the close connection between mind, body, and nature
• The biophilia effect and the healing relationship between humans and trees
• Epigenetics and the mounting evidence of how environmental experiences of a living being can directly affect genetic material
• The role of evolutionary medicine in understanding and treating cancer
• Regenerating in nature and taking a time-out from the stressors of modern living
• Unleashing the healing potential of encounters with animals
• Moving beyond the materialist view to reclaim nature as an unsolvable mystery

Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Nature, Healing power of.
BISAC Categories:
- Nature | Ecology
- Science | Life Sciences
- Body, Mind & Spirit | Healing
Dewey: 615.5/35
LCCN: 2017050617
Academic/Grade Level: General Adult
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 9.00" H x 6.00" W x 1.00" (1.00 lbs) 205 pages
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Contributor Bio(s): Clemens G. Arvay

Clemens G. Arvay, MSc, is an Austrian biologist who studied landscape ecology at Graz University and applied plant sciences at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna. Arvay examines the relationship between humans and nature, focusing on the health-promoting effects of contact with plants, animals, and landscapes. The author also addresses a second range of topics that includes ecologically produced food along with the economics of large food conglomerates. Clemens G. Arvay has written numerous books including The Biophilia Effect. More at