Evoking the Power of Nature
We are all going through various emotions and reactions to all that is going on because of this pandemic. None of us are 100% immune to falling into stress, worry, or fear at least on occasion. We are human and this is normal.
Because of the extra stress that cannot be avoided,
we must ensure we keep our physical, mental, and emotional bodies balanced.
There are many ways to do this, and people are offering up so much.
The sharing of beautiful and heartfelt music, uplifting stories, stunning images that evoke awe in us, jokes to make us laugh keeping us light-hearted, as well as free support, meditations, and prayer circles, give us many options to help keep us keep somewhat up and balanced.
All of these offerings reach into our heart-space and connect us to the love within – the place where we can feel more peaceful.
(Below are links to a few helpful practices and the download of a free e-book I recently came upon).
(All my writings are based on my books, Your Journey to Peace … and Why We Are the Way We Are – Links to About Books and Cover Images are below)
It is connecting to the love within and staying light-hearted that helps us navigate these times more easily, and in the long run, helps heal the world.
Stress, worry, anger, focusing on the drama, etc. keeps us tethered to our mind and its limited viewpoints, which distances us from the healing aspects of being connected to our heart-space, where our perspective is much broader.
And then there is our connection to Nature – our most powerful ally.
Being in nature helps us to reconnect to our origins.
Nature can communicate truths to us,
because it is the cleanest and purest channel within our realm.
Nature speaks directly to our hearts. It’s trees, water, rocks, plants, sky, moon, sun, and stars, the animals, the insects, etc. are brimming with love, light, and wisdom that can override the stresses and worries of our minds.
And it is through a strong connection to our heart-space that stresses and worries abate. Void of stress and worry, we gain clarity. Clarity guides us to make good decisions – not influenced by drama, echoes of the past, or concerns about the future.
The Indigenous peoples have always revered – and have had a reciprocal relationship with Mother Nature. As did the ancients. In Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha, which is about a man seeking enlightenment in Buddha’s time, this relationship is noted. At one point, Siddhartha tells his friend Govinda that nature in its purest form can speak to us, and tells him the tale of a wise ferryman who said “the river’s voice spoke to him.” The ferryman also told him “every wind, every cloud, every bird, every beetle is equally divine and can teach just as well as the esteemed river.”(1)
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Endnote: (1) Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha, trans. Hilda Rosner (New York: New Directions, 1951), 118.
© Rosemary McCarthy, May 26, 2020
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Links to aids from others:
To a Video by Patricia Cota-Robles on the Power of Our Words see: here
For Melanie Beckler’s New Free Online Book “Healing with the Angels” see here
For A 15-minute Chi Gong practice with Marisa: – just click on her name. for video.
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