Its time for a new method of seeing Land. If you are working with houses, building or land consider a new philosophy of approaching your relationship to them.
In this day of wanting to prevent global warming, we are being asked to become wonderful stewards of the land. Most people are missing a step in the process of trying to steward. Its the key belief that needs updating.
The Native Americans and many Native Cultures are wonderful models for land stewardship. They honor the Earth as a living Being. They were aware of the miraculous energy dynamic between the sky, the earth and all who dwell there – living humans, ancestors, animals and plants.
You hear native cultures refer to elements of Earth as living with names like, “Grandmother Earth” “Father Sky.” I had a very odd experience one day. I had been walking in Nature and connecting with a desire to help the Earth to help people not suffer so much. I started feeling odd – I felt like the Earth was moving all the time – it was moving in a rhythm. Over time I realized I was feeling the Earth Breathing. It was amazing and moved with the rocking of a boat on the water. I was feeling sea-sick.
In my journey to harmonize my relationship with the Earth, I learned a lot. I was already an energy worker, Reiki Master, Acupressure Therapist, and psychologist. I learned from my teachers ways to help myself not feel so ill and to develop a relationship directly with the Earth. Land clearing Mornington peninsula
I began to walk and hike in Nature and have visit with the plant life and spirits that dwelled on the land. Not spirits like ghosts, but the energy of Devas – or keepers of the energies – Much like the quote from the Talmud- “Every blade of grass has its angel that bends over it and whispers “Grow Grow.” I began to meet some of these angels and some interesting Beings that live on the land.
Now I teach others how to have relationships with the Beings on their land and in their work places to assist them with living in a positive place that feeds them energetically. There are powerful and simple techniques you can apply to do this.
The first step – and most important step – is to begin to think of the land as a living being full of flowing energy. This alone will take you far on the path of being a Energetic Land Steward. Thinking this allows your behavior to shift easily and naturally.
If you think the land and home is alive – then you want to clear your clutter, straighten the garage, fix the broken window. If you think a yard is alive – then you talk to it and let it know when you are preparing to prune, and you want to get rid of overgrown weeds and put it in order. If you think your home is a living Being, then you can control your mood or door slamming or stomping to honor the place that protects you from the elements.