Basic nutrition for the body is taught in school—water, the four food groups and possibly the importance of vitamins and mineral supplements. Yet, the most important aspect of human nutrition is omitted—emotional and spiritual sustenance. Soul food varies to some degree as some people need more of one thing and less of another or something […]
A garden offers a perfect opportunity to reconnect to your true self and will remind you of your place in the natural world. Rather than approaching your garden as an investment of energy, you can look at the entire process of gardening, from planting seeds to harvesting food, as a way of deepening your conscious relationships with the creative force of the universe. If you are willing to shift your intentions from dominating, or directing nature, to co-creating with nature instead, you may discover a deep peace and renewed sense of wonderment.
Americans learn basic nutrition in school – the four food groups, water, and vitamins. Yet, the most important food for human life was omitted – emotional and spiritual sustenance.
Anytime you look at something and you are not at peace, you need to recognize that you have the power to choose again. ‘A Course in Miracles,’ states, “I have decided wrongly because I am not at peace, I can choose again.’