TITLE: Natural Mother Earth Life, Wake Up Degree Grant Jobs: We Belong, Life Together Forever As One

TOPIC: Help Wanted: Organic Education Counseling and Healing with Nature Online. Too often troubles and debts result from our leaders socializing us to obtain emotional fulfillment in excessive, expensive and irresponsible ways. Deep, renewing satisfactions that remedy this are always available, free of charge, through sensory nature-connecting activities in natural areas, backyard or backcountry. Learning and teaching these organic activities enable us to benefit from the grace balance and restorative powers of natural systems within and about us.



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Out of habit, most of us suffer disorders because, from early childhood on, our leaders socialize us to believe a critical lie. Do you, or others you know, suffer from this practice? A remedy for this hurtful distortion is readily available.



This page offers valuable rewards to individuals who recognize four basics of Organic Psychology:

1. We are part of nature and it sustains the global life community without producing our garbage, disorders or abusiveness.

2. Natural systems pervade nature and are self-correcting. They recycle, purify and nurture wherever they flow.

3. We excessively suffer our disorders because we don't connect with nature's grace, balance and restorative powers to help us remedy our troubles.

4. We spend, on average, 98 percent of our life indoors, separated from nature. To our loss, our thinking and feeling are extremely disconnected from nature's healing ways.











































An Organic Psychology Report from an Online Course Participant

As I was walking in the woods near my home in the summer of 1995, I noticed an interesting stone in the forest floor. It was pearly, with delicate pink stripes and a satisfying chunky angular shape. It was beautiful there in the forest floor, poking its head up out of the soft, rich earth with a pine-needle comforter on top. It felt alive to me when I touched it, and I knew that it would tell me something wonderful. It felt masculine. I asked whether I could pick it up in order to hold it and feel it and see it better, and it said, "Yes, do. Let me show you something." It spoke with a feeling and a knowing in my heart.  So, I gently pulled it out of its bed. It was heavy, smooth, layered, and lovely. It felt like a friend. I brought it home with anticipation. I felt lucky and special, as if I was granted a great opportunity. I sat with it on the front steps of my home, closed my eyes, put both hands over it to feel what it had to tell me.

 "Bones of the Mother", it said. The thought-feeling sounded like a gong through my entire being- it filled my body, rushed out from me, and filled the sky- it filled everything. I felt safe because these words had suddenly filled all of creation with love.

"BONES OF THE MOTHER", it rang out again, even more powerfully. And there it was, my understanding. The stone was like bone. It reminded me of the pearly little nuggets of bone amongst my father's ashes, nuggets that I tucked and sprinkled and flung into his sacred places after he died. The stone was exactly like bone, as a matter of fact- and then I remembered that our bones are made of stone, too. All at once an image, in my mind's eye but also in me and through me, surged up and I knew: the earth is my mother, and these are her bones. The rivers and waterways are her pulmonary system, and the rocks are her skeleton. She is alive, just as I am alive- and she is a PERSON. 

A person! Suddenly I became an ant on a picnicker's leg and a flea on the scalp of a dog, a tiny friend nestled in the fluffy outer layer of an incredibly loving giant who suddenly reached out to introduce herself.

I almost lost my balance as my mind, heart, and body careened with this realization and everything it meant to me. It meant that I am not ever alone. It meant that I am a minuscule creature living with a very loving giant who supports and nurtures me and will even reach out and talk to me, teach me. It meant that Earth is a living creature deserving respect and consideration- someone, not something. It meant that when we pollute the streams, we are injecting poison into someone's bloodstream. It meant that maybe she can help us wake up so that we can re-learn how to live in harmony as we are born to do.  

The stone asked me to wash it. I filled a bucket with water, and settled it down inside- and a magical transformation occurred. The dull, flat surface of the bone melted into a translucent pearly sheen, and I could see into it in a different way. "So much is inside me you can learn from me everything that is real in this life." I saw that by looking, and feeling into it, the bone would tell me many things about science, art, reason- about how life works, and who we are together. 

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Online reading: useful online articles and activities

The Web of Life Imperative
Reconnecting With Nature
Einstein's World
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"Human behavior is rooted most deeply in nature's intentions and desire. The rhythms of nature underlie all of human interaction: religious traditions, economic systems, cultural and political organization. When these human forms betray the natural psychic pulse, people and societies get sick, nature is exploited and entire species are threatened."

-Stephen Aizenstat


In industrial society our excessively nature-separated lives mold us to betray the natural psychic pulse. We learn to block from our thinking over 98 percent of the wise sensory callings and fulfillments we normally receive from natural systems and their eons of experience. Our subconscious hurt and frustration from the severed disconnection of these senses underlies our greatest troubles.

-Michael J. Cohen


Benefit from learning to repair the natural psychic pulse within and around us. Add the sensory ecoscience of Organic Psychology to your life and livelihood.






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"Scientific research is based on the idea that everything that takes place is determined by laws of nature, and therefore this holds for the action of people."

"Truth is what stands the test of experience."

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