Environmental Disaster: Natural Disasters That Affect Ecosystems



John P. Milton is a meditation and Qigong instructor, author, and a pioneering environmentalist. He is the founder of Sacred Passage and the Way of Nature. About the book:

He pioneered vision questing in contemporary Western culture in the 1940s. In 1945, at the time he began his sacred solo retreats in the wilderness, vision quests were unknown in the Americas outside Native American culture. He received his M.S. in ecology and conservation from the University of Michigan in 1963.[1] Milton is also known for organizing and leading dozens of expeditions into some of the wildest areas left on Earth, starting in his late teens. A founding father of the environmental movement in the early 1960s, he was a professor of environmental studies and a Woodrow Wilson Center scholar at the Smithsonian Institution. He was one of the first ecologists on staff at the White House as a member of the President’s Council of Economic Advisors, and was a founding member of the environmental organization Friends of the Earth.

He is a frequent lecturer and workshop leader, and a pioneering, renowned, and sought-after meditation and Qi Gong teacher. Thousands of people have sought his instruction since he began teaching in the 1950s. He has developed unique practices for uniting inner and outer nature through training in Buddhist, Taoist, Vedantic, Tantric, and Native American spiritual traditions, and he incorporates T’ai chi and yoga in his work. The book Discovering Beautiful: On The Road To Somewhere includes several sections detailing a student’s apprenticeship with John.

John’s work in the world is also featured on the Transition United States web site.

His books and articles focus on inner development, Qi Gong and ecology. He recently published the book Sky Above, Earth Below. Devotees of Milton say his programs inspire Earth stewardship by cultivating natural wisdom and an open, loving heart in the wild.

John Milton lives in Tucson, Arizona.

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19 thoughts on “Environmental Disaster: Natural Disasters That Affect Ecosystems

  1. A Time When You Think Not

    Who could have known to face a sudden almighty calamity
    or a crisis of civil unrest that becomes environmental mess?

    "When the panic attack arrives like impending disaster;
    From where is your answer??
    The reply almost the same habitual usual attitude:
    Every man or woman to save their selfish selves."

    At that moment is the prime time to acquire and apply
    rare quality wisdom. This is not about basic common sense;
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    A time when you think not, then you!
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  3. Reforestation will just have to continue. Man kind is smart enough to fix the problems but mankind is too greedy and wasteful. The Ozone is real. It is disappearing so slowing that I believe that mankind will adjust to the extra rays that come through, Survival of the fittest. That will leave out the redheads who burn so easily!

  4. It is such a vital subject which could have been made more interesting with illustrations so that even non environmentalists would have appreciated the factual details and rethink on future strategies to save / avoid recurrence of such disasters.

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