[1] Merculieff, L., & Roderick, L. (2013). Stop talking: Indigenous ways of teaching and learning and difficult

[2] Suzuki,Shunryu: Zen Mind Beginners Mind. Weatherhill, 1970.

[3] Much of theJapanese research on forest bathing has focused on the health impacts of organic compounds that humans can absorb through their olfactory processing pathway. Dr. Qing Li, in his essay, Effect of Forest Bathing Trips on HumanImmune Function, writes that “a forest bathing trip, called “Shinrin-yoku” inJapanese, is a short, leisurely visit to a forest; it is regarded as being similar to natural aromatherapy.”

[4] Imai, Michiko: “An Introduction to the Forest Therapy Society of Japan, ForestTherapy®, and Forest Therapist® in Qing Li (ed.) Forest Medicine. Nova Biomedical, NY, 2013.

[5] Robert Romanyshyn, Ways of the Heart: Essays Towards an Imaginal Psychology(Pittsburgh: Trivium Publications, 2002) 118

[6] Robert Romanyshyn, Ways of the Heart: Essays Towards an Imaginal Psychology 160

[7] "Liminality".2015-01-01: 131–137. doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.12102-6.

[8]This theoretical framework of liminality is inspired by Joseph Campbell’s book,The Hero With a Thousand Faces, in which he describes a theory of archetypal hero myths. In Campbell’s work, however, the threshold of connection is described as a threshold of separation. In this manual, we refer to it as a threshold of connection because it is within liminality that healing connections can arise.

[9] ChristineCaldwell, Bodyfulness (Boulder:Shambhala Publications, 2018) 20

[10] Christine Caldwell, Bodyfulness (Boulder: Shambhala Publications, 2018)  xxi

[11] Caldwell, Bodyfulness, xxv

[12] Caldwell, Bodyfulness,165

[13] Caldwell, Bodyfulness,121

[14] Robert Romanyshyn, Ways of the Heart: Essays Towards anImaginal Psychology (Pittsburgh: Trivium Publications, 2002) 109   

[15] Heider, John. The Tao of Leadership. Humanics New Age 1985.

[16] For more information on Council, guides are encouraged to read The Way of Council by Jack Zimmerman and Gigi Coyle.

[17] Macy,J., & Brown, M. (1998). Coming back to life: Practices to reconnect our lives, our world. Gabriola Island, BC, Canada: New Society

[18] The term“spiritual bypassing” was originally coined by psychologist John Welwood in 1984.

[19] Nhat Hanh, T. (2010). Reconciliation healing the inner child. Berkeley, Calif.: Parallax Press.

[20] Dossey, Larry, MD: Space,Time and Medicine (Shambala, 1982)