• May 7, 2021 from 11:30am to 1:00pm
  • Location: Zoom event
  • Latest Activity: on Tuesday

HI Earth Listeners,
This week in our Earth Listening Circle we will be looking at the concept of Embracing Change. At this time of year there is more obvious change going on in the natural world than at any other time. However it is important to remember that change is happening all the time, but sometimes, because it is more subtle we are less aware of it. The one constant in life is change, but do we always welcome it, willingly flowing with it, accepting it as a natural and healthy way of being? Or are we resistant, holding on to the known, not willing to open ourselves to embrace what is dancing towards us? And this applies to both the day to day experiences of life as well as our apparently less than rosy future that here in DA we are more aware of than in many circles. 

There is a glow, an irrepressible joy that spontaneously arises within us when we really listen to the Earth, or any of Her myriad forms of life. When we are able to still our mind and start to breathe with Nature….. breathing in the oxygen the trees have just exhaled and becoming aware of them breathing in the carbon dioxide we have just exhaled….. then start to deeply relax…. we begin to realise we really are an intrinsic part of the whole…we actually belong here… we are part of the Earth.

From this life changing deep connection we then become able to listen and hear what is the next step we need to take, in our unique capacity as the individual we are right now, to become “the change we want to see in the world”.

You are very welcome to join us in this enriching exploration of our connection to the Earth.
We'll send you the Zoom link the day of the event. 
This circle will run weekly on Fridays. Here is the time in your zone   https://everytimezone.com/s/552ec248  
Led by Emma Mary Gathergood, Earth-Warrior Butterfly

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