#spirituality #connecttonature #meditation
I read an article and it hit home for me. I want to share some of it with you.
This is why I am fasting, the need to get connected to nature the universe and to be able to communicate with others. I meditate more, i read more, and listen to meditation soothing music. My workout is short, but I get it in nonetheless. This is my 17th day of my 45 day fast, I am feeling great, my clairvoyance is out of this world. I haven't felt more energized more connected to nature. Burning Sage with Thyme is a very good way to keep negative energy at bay. Both of them together is very powerful!
"This is the third time I have filled this 21/2 gallon jug since I started this journey"!
Have a Energized Day Family!
Nature surrounds us but we don’t see it. It talks to us but we don’t hear it. It radiates with joy and withdraws in fear but we don’t feel it. We have cut yourselves off from nature but don’t know it. Without nature we are not whole. The reality is our everyday lives have separated us from the natural world and it is showing. When you isolate a highly intelligent animal, such as a monkey or an Orca, from its natural environment it experiences depression and may exhibit pathological behavior. I believe many of the problems in our modern world are symptoms of our isolation from nature.
If you look deep in your heart you know this is true. When we go outside we are renewed, the energy of the natural world restores us. For those of us that work or play in the natural world we feel it. That’s one reason we do what we do. But the truth is we only feel a trickle of what is possible. To truly experience the full force of nature you need to let it all go, you need to escape from your daily routine, your fast-paced life and busy mind, abandon your worldly possessions. You need to separate yourself from civilization and surround yourself with nature and just be. Simply exist and be present with an open heart, mind and soul.
This was a part of the vision quest of native Americans. A ritual where individuals sought places of solitude, who fasted for days seeking a vision to help their people. A rite of passage.