I remember the first official Earth Day back in 1970. After school, my buddy and I walked around the neighborhood holding a giant, hard-to-read banner we’d created about pollution and the environment.
My world view has evolved significantly since I was eight. I no longer believe the planet needs saving. I’ve come to trust in the love and wisdom and perpetual perfection of the Universe.
Also, I do my best not to focus on what’s going wrong in the world or blame others for the state of things. Instead, I focus my attention on what’s going well. I like to think about everything I appreciate about this world.
And I appreciate Mother Earth so very much. I am in constant awe of her beauty, her power and her unconditional love for all who inhabit her—large and small, physical and non-physical.
I appreciate being a particle of her light. My journey is her journey. And because she chose to manifest into physical form, I’ve been able to experience myriad lifetimes on this planet. I’ve been able to evolve as she does. And for that I am eternally thankful.
On this Earth Day, I invite you to find simple ways to honor the Earth Mother (and her higher self, Gaia). Do a little earthing or forest bathing. Write her a love letter. Sing to her. Use your voice to express your heart-felt appreciation for her mountains and meadows and waterways. Close your eyes and connect with her trees and clouds and crystal core.
In other words, let her feel your love. She’ll love you right back.
Guided Meditation to Connect with the Earth
For February’s Lemurian Circle event, I was guided to take everyone on a journey to connect with Mother Earth as she was bathed in full-moon light.
I’ve received some great feedback about the meditation. If you haven’t tried it, you can access the video recording and follow along here:
Lemurian Circle – April 26 (11am Hawaii time)
Our next Lemurian Circle coincides with the full moon, and my guides have lovingly suggested that our theme be the element of water. I can’t wait to see what transpires!
April 26, 2021 at 11am Hawaii time (21:00 UTC)
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