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So distant have we humans become from our wild natures that many of us can barely imagine a reciprocal connection with an untamed animal. Peering into the vast gap that seems to separate us from “wild life,” we may feel awe or primal fear. Yet what often predominates is a heart-longing – to somehow know these mysterious beings and to let them know us. We instinctively seek relationship but don’t know how to create it.
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce our readers to someone who, with her partner, has dedicated her life supporting animals in need. Dawn and Bonnie are the creators of Spring Farm Cares, in Clinton, NY. I met Dawn years ago when Spring Farm was in the beginning of its metamorphosis into the expansive sanctuary that it is today. At that time I was also going into my own metamorphosis and Dawn helped me, through our sessions, as I found it necessary to place my dog into a new home, to see the signs that he presented to me. Heartbreaking as it was, with the help of an animal communicator I was able to know in my heart that he was the ultimate decision-maker and that he would show me with clear signs where his new home was to be. About 4 weeks ago he transitioned at the age of 18, and shared the second half of his life with people who loved and shared themselves with him as he had with me and continued to with them.
Enter the Dimensional Pacifica, flowing in an unbounded Ocean of Harmony, allowing the dolphins—the messengers, the transmitters of frequency—to meet and greet and welcome you Home. Giving and Sharing the Spirit of Aloha – In the presence of the Divine Breath.
Synchronicity guided me to learn about and play with the dolphins. I received unexpected guidance, opening the doors for my eventual connection with the Hawaiian Spinner dolphins. I was led to understand their divine purpose and experience a deep revelation that they sojourn with us and help us on our path to spiritual awareness.
But now ask the beasts, and let them teach you; and the birds of the heavens and let them tell you. Or speak to the earth, and it shall teach you, and the fishes of the sea shall declare unto you. Job 12:7-8
The practice of “re-inhabitation,” as some are calling it, is spreading.
Permaculture farmers, environmental activists, green builders and community developers, ethnobotanists, shamanic practitioners, educators, scientists, and many others across North America are connecting to the richness of individual ecological regions, and becoming students and seekers in their own backyards. The practice of re-inhabitation is deeply spiritual and can become an integral part of almost any spiritual/religious path or stand on its own as a person’s sole spiritual practice. Christian, Wiccan, Buddhist, agnostic – all of us depend on the earth for the whole of our physical existence. And every single one of us lives somewhere right now in one specific place upon the planet.
Do not treat the information contained here as a prescription; it is intended as a resource of knowledge for you. Do not use any herb that you cannot positively identify, be it from the wild or your garden. When in doubt you should purchase your dried herbs from a reputable herbalist and seek treatment from a qualified practitioner.
Tinctures are typically an alcohol-, acid-, or glycerin-based preparation. They are extremely portable and have a extended shelf life, which makes them great for traveling or using rare herbs.
Imagine we are living old stories and every day there are moments of enchantment. These old folk tales convey the wisdom and truth of the natural world. As we seek love and support, they show it is alongside us throughout our life. They speak of a time when humans knew the language of all the animals, both seen and unseen. No one species dominated. All contributed to the harmony of the world. All made sacrifices for the good of the whole. This memory is inside us. We can find it with our heart. We are living it. Subtle interactions of support and love also exist every day. Where are our receptors? We are good enough "As We Are" to receive all the love the world has to offer. Why is it so hard to believe this? Every rose, ladybug, trout and tree lives in this harmony.
Some years ago I watched a movie with Penelope Cruz called Woman on Top, about a South American cook who honored the gifts and messages from the ocean. It reminded me of the Papago Indians of the southwestern United States. They believe that everything in nature is open to interpretation and that when a piece of seaweed, or a feather, or a creature should cross our path it is in essence a message from beyond.
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