I often find that rhythmic poetry helps elevate the soul. Here is my wish for you and Mother Earth this Spring Time. Awakening. We welcome the rebirth of Mother Earth and our cellular knowing
Allow the vibrational waves in your heart to rise and allow your energy to grow brighter, clearer, kinder and wiser
Allow your breathe to deepen and send love into the air to be captured by others
Slowing and gently hum to thank your cells for being healthy and intelligent, always listening to your rhythm
Thank your feet for their steps on this beautiful planet
Honor your thoughts and prayers that send peace to people who walk this earth
Feel a yellow glow growing in your chest as you deeply breathe in and out feeling the radiant energy from the Stars, The Moon and The Sun
When you drink in silence the light rises within and cascades around your being
Allow the sounds of midnight to dance in your soul
Chants can help you deepen your connection to the planet and yourself.
Ananda Hum: I am bliss.
When you open your heart with a chant, you awaken energy within you. When you come to the moment and breathe in the energy of the earth you connect to the oneness we all are and you become joyful.
I want to share my interview with Paul Relis about how we can help the earth and evolve our current reality around environmental planning.Paul Relis was raised in Long Beach, California. While studying at the University of California, Santa Barbara, a massive oil spill erupted off the coast of Santa Barbara on January 28, 1969 that devastated the coastline, killed much aquatic life, and severely damaged the local economy. The oil spill was a transformative event in the history of the U.S that influenced the establishment of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Earth Day and other landmark environmental programs. The oil spill was a life changing event for Paul. He became the first executive director of a newly formed nonprofit, the Community Environmental Council CEC) at age 23. The CEC played a critical role in staving off several proposed developments that would have changed Santa Barbara forever. And, under his leadership, the CEC built visionary projects including recycling facilities, urban gardens, an urban farm, green buildings and other programs that, decades ago, presaged the core elements of sustainability today. Please enjoy the interview and think about how you can deepen your relationship with the earth.