Messages for Our Times
From Nature's Guardians
This book is based on a series of conversations between the author
and the Nature Guardians in the area of the River Nairn in northern Scotland. The messages of the book are universal and hopeful,
addressing our relationship with the natural world and how we can become good caretakers for our beautiful Earth.
This book is based on a series of conversations between the author and the Nature Guardians in the area of the River Nairn in northern Scotland. The messages of the book are universal and hopeful, addressing our relationship with the natural world and how we can become good caretakers for our beautiful Earth.
"I've been listening to the words Laura's been sharing from Angels and Nature Spirits for some years. The words give wisdom, direction and guidance that is deeply resonant for me personally and professionally. They echo the wisdom, direction and guidance of stories I've been hearing Tradition Bearers tell. Our ancestors knew how to listen to teachings from the more-than-human world. Laura knows how too, and her work is helping us to remember so we can find our way to balance and respect with each other and the world."
Dawne McFarlane, mother. storyteller, Waldorf teacher
" I'm glad others and the Earth which you love so dearly can now fully enjoy the gatherings of all your experience. It's redemptive for you on a personal level, but most especially for the reader in that you are returning them in a most rooted way to the land, its lore, language and sacred connections - through it we are returned to a timeless and universal place of love."
Dr. Nicola James, Consultant Counsellor Trainer, Isle of Skye
A reader of Earth's Voices: Messages for Our Times has kindly sent in this review. If you are reading this, have read my book and are inspired to also send a review for this website, please contact me. Thank you. Laura
Reading Laura's book was a very emotional experience.
It is such an honest, ego-free and very courageous book, allowing us to share in her childhood experiences and her meetings with nature spirits in her beloved landscape around the river Nairn. There was something so very familiar about it that I felt I could have shared in the experience. It is a stark and timely message which needs to be heard but hopeful and inspiring at the same time. I felt a real sense of loss when I finished reading the book and will read it again. thank you.