Engaging the Soul of the Great Plains and the Smoky Hill Trail (Paperback)

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Come explore the Great Plains and Smoky Hill Trail, and learn the ways an archetypal coherence can powerfully link us to our individual and collective depths. Step into this quiet, unhurried open sky to discover the historical, natural, and cultural environment of the Great Plains area of the United States, and specifically the Smoky Hill Trail as depicted through its land, myth, and history.

About the Author

Carla M. Paton lives with her family on a 70 acre horse and alpaca ranch on the Eastern Colorado Plains. The current animal count at the ranch includes: 24 alpacas, 4 horses, 4 dogs, 4 cats, 20 chickens, 1 macaw, 1 parakeet, and 1 14-foot boa constrictor. Ms. Paton's publications, conference presentations, and dissertation reflect environmental, eco-psychology concerns and frequently feature the land and its many creatures. She also holds a Masters of Arts from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where she is a Ph.D. student in the Depth Psychology program with an Emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies. In addition, she has a Masters of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems from the University of Denver, and is an Oracle database administrator with over 20 years of corporate experience.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780692332474
ISBN-10: 0692332472
Publisher: Hard Pan Press
Publication Date: November 12th, 2014
Pages: 48
Language: English