Addressing the pervasive longing for healing and belonging, Montana resident and therapist Robyn Bridges invites us to come along on a personal journey into the sentient arms of the natural world. Through a series of short stories of actual encounters with moose and other wildlife in southwest Montana, we adventure with her to find strength and renewal as an antidote to the disappointment and sorrow inherent in life.
Gleaned from her years spent alone in lively conversation with the natural world, Bridges offers a feminine and indigenous pathway to becoming more intimate with our inner nature through exploring the natural world. And, like the solitary moose who ambles through streams finding needed nourishment, we discover how to thrive even through the seasons of our own aloneness. Moose Medicine provides a moist template through which the reader’s own instinctive knowing will tread.
“At last, a book that explains how to connect with nature through heart and soul. Moose Medicine offers peaceful solutions for all our ills.”
–Barbara McGowan, artist and author
“For those hungering to find their way through spirit in nature, Robyn Bridges is a compassionate and knowing guide.”
–Ginny Watts, M. Ed., psychotherapist, world dance artist, and author
“Gentle and powerful, this beautifully written book guides the reader into self-reflection and new possibilities…”
–Steve Guettermann, college lecturer and author
About the Author
Robyn Bridges, author of numerous upcoming books and CDs on health and wholeness, has traversed the natural world both as a seeker and body-mind-spirit therapist for thirty years. With the honorary Seneca name, “She Who Knows the Way,” she has inducted hundreds of questers into the hinterlands of their own psyches for soul healing.