spiritual guidance through the integration of science, nature, mythology, folklore, and the divine
Today more than ever before, life must be characterized by a sense of Universal Responsibility, not only nation to nation and human to human, but also human to all other forms of life. ~ Dalai Lama, 1935
You can come into this work with a general interest of deepening your spiritual relationship with Nature and incorporating this reverence into your everyday life.
You can come into this work from any religion or spiritual path that believes all of Creation, from rocks to humans, has value and meaning.
You can come into this work with a particular issue, something major that’s going on in your life at the moment, and we will focus on how you can get through this with the support of Mother Nature. Things like:
- the birth of a child or an idea
- the union of souls in romance, friendship, or business
- the death of a person, relationship, or endeavor
- the relocation of our physical home or business
- the hardship of injury or illness
- the ebb and flow of employment or career changes
We will work one-on-one over three months exploring all aspects of Nature, our Planet, the Elements, and our Senses:
- Section 1: Geology – Fire – Touch
- Section 2: Weather – Air – Smell
- Section 3: Water – Water – Sound
- Section 4: Plants – Earth – Taste
- Section 5: Animals – Spirit – Vision
Through personal phone calls and emails, this work will be tailored to your needs at this time in your life; personalized to ask what you should consider and how you can apply what you read to your particular situation. You will also find insight from various professionals in the fields we will explore that will provide wisdom and balance between science and spirituality – a geologist, a musician, a perfumer, and a chef, to name a few. The material is such that, after our work together is finished, it can be revisited as needed. My role is to provide a framework for this process, help put it all in context with your daily life, and to give you dedicated guidance and support.
The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man.
Michael Maier (Atalanta Fugiens, 1617) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Arthur Rackham (illustration for A Dish of Apples by Eden Phillpott, 1921) [Public Domian]
Anatomy, physiology and laws of health, 1885. Internet Archive Book Images [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons
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