The quality of our relation to the environment, seriously abusive and predatory when it comes to industrialized societies, serves as a mirror of our mental health. Similarly, ecosystemic viability largely depends on crafting healthier relationships with ourselves that conceive of the living Earth as a source of deep sustenance.
Eco-psychologies alert us of the great need to realize the intimacy between the human mind and nature. By unveiling the mind-environment unity, these schools of thought assist in the virtuous reciprocity of healing human beings and the ecosystems that host them.
Psychologies at the service of life lead us to regain the vitality and health of a wild psyche, more in harmony with its surroundings. In this way, the Earth serves as a guide and doctor on the journey of self-discovery and personal fulfillment, while guiding the regeneration of our common home.