A trailer from a recent interview I did on KyKNET's 'Dierepraters' series ...On September 17, 2021 / By Matthew Zylstra
The "Ostrich Dance" of the !Gwikwe Bushmen bears remarkable resemblance to Capoeira. ...On January 9, 2018 / By Matthew Zylstra
On rare occasions the mind attunes to sense an indescribable harmony with nature's rhythms and patterns ...On September 18, 2013 / By eyes4earth
What commonalities are there between connectedness with nature (CWN) and spirituality? This third installment in the CWN series touches ...On September 3, 2013 / By eyes4earth
A remarkable interaction with a wild deer at a national park in Costa Rica ...On January 11, 2013 / By eyes4earth
Matthew Zylstra shares some of the findings unearthed during his studies ...On December 15, 2012 / By eyes4earth
There's a lot of talk these days about 'reconnecting with nature'. But what exactly do we mean by that? ...On November 14, 2012 / By eyes4earth
Wander about, awaken the senses and use those simple skills that connect us with nature. And who knows what ...On August 27, 2012 / By eyes4earth
Join us on an odyssey (that's “otter-sea”) as we share a little video clip of an encounter with this ...On August 15, 2012 / By eyes4earth
Ever seen a praying mantis attack a 'mouse'? No, neither had we. Until this bizarre moment ...On March 30, 2011 / By Matthew Zylstra
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The idea that animals can convey meaning, and thereby offer an attentive human being illumination, is a commonly held belief the world over. The view is disparaged and disputed only by modern cultures with an allegiance to science as the sole arbiter of truth. The price of this conceit, to my way of thinking, is enormous.
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