Now is the Time!

Now is the Time!

The time is now to speak up for what we value. We the people inhabiting this magnificent planet are responsible for maintaining it's integrity. To treat our precious natural environment with disrespect or disregard is grossly out of flow with the unified nature of existence. Our Sacred Lands, National Parks, and Wildlife Habitats demand our attention.

1) What do I mean by the above statement? How can you apply this quote to your life?

2) How does this statement about Now is the Time!  change the very way that you engage in life?

(Please sit with this for a while. Surrender to the energy evoked by the statement and resist looking for the answers. Please do not post a theoretical spiritual response)

How does this quote apply to your every day living experience? Please resist the urge to entertain theories about this quote – what is the direct experience of what I am inviting you to explore!

Namaste,

Keshav

8 Responses to “Now is the Time!”

  1. on 16 Jan 2018 at 8:22 am Diane

    I choose to be respectful of all nature, and that includes human beings in spite of the poor example being set by our President. When I disrespect another being, nature spirit or other, I am disrespecting myself.

  2. on 14 Jan 2018 at 3:53 pm Deb

    I went out for a walk today and felt so compelled to hug the trees. I needed it for my healing, and what I felt was that I was immediately part of a big circuit – the tree's energy flowed through me, into the ground, and back into its root system, into the earth, and back into the tree, into me, etc. We were all one big circle of energy. I was comforted to hug something larger and older than me. I needed reassurance. I still felt all that I was feeling, but I was more at peace with it. There was more wisdom and perspective.

  3. on 10 Jan 2018 at 9:08 am ceejaypea

    Thank you, Joe – your post was straight to the point of the unified nature of existence. It’s that simple – “our” planet to be kept clean, allowed to be, enjoyed, cared for – ‘Protecting its integrity’ And, thank you, Lori, for another point on example. Namaste.

  4. on 09 Jan 2018 at 9:47 pm sasanijjs

    I have found that it becomes almost painful to not pick a piece of garbage up whenever I see it. The thought “not mine” is quickly swallowed by the immediate act of presence
    Which is to simply bend down and pick up the garbage as “our garbage”.

  5. on 09 Jan 2018 at 1:18 pm Russ

    Fantastic post Carol!!!

  6. on 09 Jan 2018 at 8:55 am Lori

    Last year, someone decided that black bears were a “problem” in CT. Their proposed “solution” was legalize their hunting. Awareness was raised. Phone calls, emails and petitions were sent to decision makers. They became aware that their decision mattered and that people were watching, aware of their actions. I wrote every day. I watched. The proposal was dropped. CT black bears are safe for now. I will keep watching.

  7. on 09 Jan 2018 at 6:04 am ceejaypea

    The quotation for today on my Zen desk calendar is by Carlos Castaneda: "Sorcerers say that true rebellion, and humanity's only way out as a species, is to stage a revolution against their own stupidity. As you can understand, this is solitary work". The problem with not objecting, or not intervening is that by the time the damage is so obvious that it affects the income of the greedy (the only time that change is voluntary) it is long past the time that things can easily be set right. However, this has happened naturally due to geological catastrophes many times in the past. It only takes a few million years for things to be in balance again. Namaste.

  8. on 08 Jan 2018 at 8:01 am Keshav Howe

    Here Comes The Sun…

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