What is the Plant's Eye View?

The author, Michael Pollan, once used the phrase the "Plant's Eye View" in a TED talk about the consciousness of plants.

Looking at the world from the Plant's Eye View is looking our relationship with the natural world through an ecopsychology lens. This perspective centers around the belief that conscious interconnection with our world is essential to our health, well-being and healing. Using nature as my inspiration, I work as a therapist and group facilitator to support individuals to reflect on how to create better relationships with local lands, other humans, non-humans and the planet.

Photography credits go to Steven Foster Photography and a few from my personal collection.