Boundaries come in, where boundaries are missing. Economy lacks boundaries, but ecology needs boundaries. Let's reconsider our lifestyle. Does it need shipping? Or does it grow in my garden? What do I really need?
Who is on lockdown? Is your body on lockdown? Is the soil on lockdown? Is the vibration moving through you on lockdown? What is starved? What is deeply starved within you? Is it life energy? Is it focus? How come your society is on lockdown? Is your society alive?
This ‘Black Friday’, make a deal with the Earth. Commit to climate justice and leave the rest. Do not follow the crowd. Tune into your heart’s desire. What do you want for this Earth?
Mayflower. You have the potential to turn seed into fragrance. Flower into berry. Abundance into medicine. You serve the Earth. You serve the people. You serve our animal kin. Our animalistic nature needs to be accepted. A wild beast houses within us all. We all crave wildness...
Nature is inherently abundant, self reliant. Seed savers are the real heroes of this Earth. For they know, how rich we are. For they know, true wealth lies in the cycle of nature. People who save seeds for future generations are the ones who have their priorities straight.
Dear climate activist. You constantly worry about the state of the world. Yet the state of the world does not worry about you. Do you see the difference here? Can you make an impact without losing yourself, disrespecting your body, giving up on your autonomy? Receive blessings for a heartful life. Be open to new ways...
When did you let the media tell you that destruction is all that happens? Did you not know about birds nesting? Ants building? Whales making Love? Did you not see the sun rise from the ocean? Its pure golden light illuminating you?
Dear farmer. Who have you become? If not, a thief. A thief of soil. Of living soil. Of microbes. Of permaculture. Of old ways. Of wisdom. Of space for precious species to evolve. Dear farmer. Do you remember something deep? Very deep? A deep knowing buried in your Heart?
I had my first waves of burn-out when I was only a teenager. It happened when I was cycling back home. I was only a few minutes away from my house, but I just could not move my body anymore. I had to get off my bike and sit on the side of the road... Continue Reading →
It's the end of summer. Upon return to the office and having meetings again, I can't help but feel suffocated. I long for fresh air. The lights are so bright, it hurts my eyes. I long for the ease of natural sunlight. The temperature is conditioned, and it remains the same all year. Despite the... Continue Reading →