Becoming part of Mother Earth Rising consciousness as a daily gratitude for all who have come before us, for life’s natural intelligence and for the love that inhabits all of our beings.
We hit the streets to talk plants and purpose and heart with Erica Wohldman enjoying a respit from the day reclaiming the ancient wisdom from the best and most trusted teachers we have.
The humming grace of nature is available in all things every thursday afternoon MLL has been setting forth into the wild to explore our tree and plant teachers.. For millions of years plants and trees and flowers have showcased the harmony and abundance of the universe. Communing with the earth, connecting to each individual expression, the seeds, the fractals of electricity and light and grace in all as notes at play singing a song of peace as our partner in the daily path of discovery.
Nature orchestrates this hum of humility as individual notes of life that join together co-creating the stirrings of our collective heart and become a radiating social force bringing each of our inner struggles and personal journeys into the larger unfolding experience, giving context and allowing the universe to enact its most beautiful elegant outflow beyond the gravity of our day to day. Delivering exactly what is necessary for our full experience of each moment at the highest possibility for a happiness born of connectedness..
Allow yourself the privilege of experiencing this. Be willing to listen with your heart to the sounds of the rythyms of life. The easiest way to eaccomplish this is to step outside and experience nature’s abundant aliveness. Notice its willingness to survive and find ways to expand, to contribute, to be of service just outside your door, head into the wild, the urban wild of our streets, or your backyard. Choose today to make the connection, to enter the oneness of the richest source of remembrance we have. Find your plant friends, visit with them confide in their presence and lean into a life full of nourishment and healing and truth.
in the Wild
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