“Remember, we are all affecting the world every moment, whether we mean to or not. Our actions and states of mind matter, because we’re so deeply interconnected with one another. Working on our own consciousness is the most important thing that we are doing at any moment. . .”
Earth Writes, Giving Voice to Nature
Every moment we are touched by nature and have experiences of earth, air, fire and water. As the natural forces move in and around us we express these relationships through our thoughts, feelings and actions. When we live in kinship with nature, we take up our rightful place as a part of Nature Consciousness and see that Earth and all her beings have an equal right to thrive. In this place of equality, a profound understanding emerges and we are able to hear the voice of Nature. This voice comes to us through the wind in the trees, the constant babble of a mountain stream, the early morning bird song and the gentle musings that uplift our hearts. Earth Writes brings an inspirational reminder of our kinship with Nature and highlights how we can give voice to the vast web of Nature Consciousness.
We strongly believe in the power of intentional thought and its ability to influence our experiences, both individually and collectively as an interconnected community of life. It is from this belief that we created Earth Writes – a weekly affirmation to help you connect more deeply with Nature Consciousness.
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Take a minute each day to read the weekly Earth Writes to yourself – mornings are best – you will receive insights and inspirations by opening to the ancient wisdom of Nature. Earth Writes will help you feel your vast connections to the living forms of Nature, and help you remember that we live in co-creative partnership with all forms of life. View past Earth Writes below.
An Unspoken Hunger by Terry Tempest Williams
Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold
Nature Writings by John Muir
The Wisdom of Wilderness by Gerald G. May
An Emerald Earth by Felicia Norton and Charles Smith
Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer
Waldon by Henry David Thoreau