Dancing with Nature

by Peter Beamish



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/5/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 308
ISBN : 9781426963056
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 308
ISBN : 9781426964381

About the Book

Dancing with Nature offers a logical, innovative merging of twenty-first-century science and spirituality. It explores newly discovered elements of human–animal communications, particularly focusing on whales. Author Peter Beamish shares stories and images of his travels and research, as well as his thoughts on time and spirituality, interspersed with original poetry relevant to the subject. The most exciting aspect of Beamish’s adventures has been the involvement of the Great Whales near the shore of the scenic bays of eastern Canada. These adventures have brought about unexpected and rewarding events, always in the “Now Time” of the wild and necessarily unstressed animals. His story follows a group of humpback whales northward, meeting countless other unstressed animals along the way. These whales may be the most altruistic animals in our biosphere. Learn from the nature of whales and their interactions with humans in Dancing with Nature.

About the Author

Peter Beamish is a teacher, a lover of animals—especially the Great Whales—and an accomplished scientist specializing in human–animal communications. He is principally responsible for many discoveries, including the fact that animals appear to use a new and different temporal concept for much of their communications. He currently lives in Newfoundland, Canada.