Shelley presents the ecological topography of mind in his "Mont Blanc." He understands human mind from a perspective of holism. For the poet, human consciousness cannot be identified without the existence of nature, and the Power of Mont Blanc cannot be identified without the existence of a perceiving mind. Shelley`s consciousness continuously designates the Power of the nonhuman natural world as the figure of "other," which directs and redirects the poet toward nature. This interdependent relationship between Shelley`s consciousness and Mont Blanc reveals that human mind pursues an essentially open-minded attitude toward "other." I suggest that this attitude arises from the mind of love and evaluate Shelley`s consciousness as one toward love. Shelley employs some ecological perspectives to describe the mind of love. The poet calls Mont Blanc "you" and thereby holds his interanimating relationship with it. For him, the natural world is not an instrument for human beings but a partner communicating with them; the natural entity is seen from the web of relations. Shelley denies the Enlightenment dualism by criticizing the man-made world which denigrates the power of nature. More importantly, the poet emphasizes the recognition that every individual, whether it is human or natural, undergoes the process of cycling and recycling. This process implies that mutability is the principle of the universe in which energy flows.