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Debt and Disorders
Natural systems in the biosphere
flow through and nurture all forms of life including the life
of our psyche, of how we think and feel.
To our loss, our excessive
disconnection from nature separates our consciousness from registering
natural systems along with their self-correcting and purifying
Blithely, we spend, on average,
98 percent of our life thinking and feeling while estranged from
the satisfying, renewing and regenerative powers of natural systems
within and around us.
Because, through our disconnection,
we stop the flow natural systems in our psyche, we lose their
capacity of to recycle industrial society's contamination of
how we think and feel. We, accordingly, suffer great personal
and environmental troubles for which society sells us expensive
remedies while free antidotes are readily available by reconnecting
Nature connecting activities
offer organic learning and relating that empowers us to remedy
our hurtful and expensive disconnection from our natural origins.
The activities are advanced social tools that help us make conscious
sensory contact with natural systems within and about us. Our
thinking and feeling benefit from the cost-free flow of their
renewing and regenerative powers.
The report, below, is just
one example of nature-connected fullment in action and its results
EVERY MEMBER IS NATURALLY
Psychology Report from an Online Course Participant
First I want to say how this
much this little email study group is my nourishment and one
of my great loves, so thank you. I am a day late because for
my activity assignment this week because, as part of it, I took
a hike yesterday that turned into a rather large unplanned nature
of Natural Attractions Trail Activity I have done before
but what I discovered most beautiful this time is breath.
Actually air is rather beautiful when I reflect upon it because
it carries the birds, the clouds, the leaves floating down, the
raindrops, the snowflakes, the insects, the mist and it sort
of seems to carry the blue sky.
I am rather sensitive to the
freshness of the air I breathe because I get migraine headaches
and especially notice chemical smells. At night when we finally
open our window full I am so happy and relieved when I feel those
drafts of fresh air reach me - it is like heaven. Even though
we are up in a mountain bowl I notice the air is not always totally
fresh because the city is just below. My family gives retreats
right next to the Rocky Mt. Nat'l Park and we hike in there and
there is where I feel the freshest air.
We have developed a strong practice of being aware of our breath
and now I have come to see my in breath, my out breath, as something
so special. It is only a little bit of air I am breathing in
but I see it as one of the most beautiful things one of the most
beautiful processes that I take part in. I have become so fully
aware that I am taking in some of that air and something about
it is just so wonderful. I suppose the plants must be happy about
my outbreath as I am pretty happy about their outbreath.
"Your sensory desire to
breathe is a natural attraction love to reconnect with nature."
We use the breath to grow mindfulness but if we are lucky we
are growing the exquisite awareness of the beauty of our breath
itself as that natural attraction love.
I was particularly grateful this time for the statement in the
activity, "In nature, in some way, every member is naturally
attractive, loved and included....that is the reason runaway
pollution, abusiveness, violence, loneliness, war and mental
illness are virtually unknown in nature."
Sometimes I look at a single
blade of grass or a single little flower/weed somewhere way off
in the nowhere and how elegant, happy, loved it looks. How totally
adequate it is - how content it is. This is because every member
is just naturally appreciated and included in nature.
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