Earth inspires us through the colours of its flowers and allows us to relax our thinking mind with the help of her green fields and the amazing views of her landscapes. She nurtures us with her food resources and protects us with her own body.
She gives us everything we need and is grateful when we give her something in return, so that the energies of this finite but huge body can be recycled, and so she may continue her cycles for many generations to come.
Earth talks to all of us, but only some can (or are willing to!) hear. This is because some of us simply don’t have time to listen; others are not even aware of her language.
We do feel happy and contented when we are in Nature, and receive her nurturing gifts (lying in the sun, resting by a water source, listening to a subtle breeze, or feeling it in our skin…). Luckily, more and more of us are making an effort to understand her direct teachings through plants, rocks and animals.
The language of the Earth is based on observation and intuition, feeling and silence. The subtle language of the animals talks to all of us, but how many of us really want to listen?