As we celebrate Earth Day this week it’s a good time to remember that we are all part of nature. When we show love and respect for Mother Earth we are giving that same level of care to ourselves. Being at one with nature is your true nature.
In this week’s blog you’ll learn seven ways to live in harmony with nature.
I Am One With Nature
Your true nature is one with the earth. It is a symbiotic relationship between mother nature and human nature. Oneness is the realization that the earth and all of her inhabitants are in this human experience together to create a balanced way of life.
“Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Living in harmony with nature is at the core of a balanced life. When you have a healthy body, creative mind, loving heart and free spirit, you feel at one with nature. Taking care of yourself and the earth comes naturally when you’re in a state of balance.
Your body and the earth are your two greatest gifts because without them you wouldn’t be here. Just as the earth is home to billions of life forms, your body is home to billions of bacteria, viruses and fungi that serve to keep your body healthy. You can experience oneness with nature by taking care of your gut microbiome and the earth’s ecosystem.
Mother Nature is the creative expression of planet earth. She has created natural environments that are both beautiful and life-sustaining. You can follow her example by creating a life-sustaining environment in your mind with beautiful thoughts and beliefs.
Loving the earth is an act of self-love. The way you love mother nature is the way you love yourself, and vice versa. By helping the planet to heal you’re healing your own body. When you make choices that heal your body you tend to make better choices for the earth i.e. limiting one-use plastic, using non-toxic products, and recycling.
The earth is a living organism with a spirit. You can honor our sacred home by identifying as a spiritual being having a human experience. From this higher perspective your spirit is free to be at one with the spirit of mother earth.
Organic farming is one way to treat the earth with respect. Glyphosate is not only harmful to the soil’s microbiome, it causes health issues in the human microbiome as well. Eating more organic food is a good way to live in harmony with nature.
Living close to the earth becomes second nature when you’re in tune with your own body. Knowing how your body feels and what it needs to thrive makes you more aware of what the earth needs to thrive. If it’s good for your body, it’s good for the earth.
HAVE A HAPPY EARTH DAY!
With love and light,
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