There are three substances we could argue to be the most indispensable and immeasurable commodities on the planet, and they also happen to be free: love, sunlight and air. We’d add a fourth, less obvious one: enlightened consciousness, which could be considered a highly developed form of love.
How fortunate we are to live in a time when so many of us are asking, what can I do to support the health of the environment that sustains us? It’s compelling to consider that our minds are the first layer of our environment: our mindstate is the backdrop in which we live, the breath we take and the dreams we see at night. It’s also the setting we share with anyone we connect with.
Our work sharing the teachings of universal unfoldment often takes us to foreign countries, some of which may be described by the industrialised world as ‘developing’. We used to call them ‘primitive’ but as our cultures evolved we’ve had the sense to realize that was too condescending; ‘developing’ is an improvement and no doubt an […]