Ecopsychology—the use of nature for understanding and healing the soul—has become accepted
as a legitimate tool by theorists and practitioners alike. Yet one important dimension of the
field has been ignored: metaphysical tracking. This article brings to light a number of mystical
phenomena that trackers, ancient and modern, have experienced, and suggests their common
root in the so-called energy body. The implications for psychospiritual growth are then
described. Finally, alternative explanations and new avenues for research are discussed.
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