Our Ego Connection to the Sustainability of Mother Earth

How is our unconscious behavior shaping the future of our life on Earth?

The answer is that it is everything. The single most important factor in the creation of the present state of our planet is our individual state of being. That means that ultimately we must all sooner than later, take full responsibility for our personal and therefore collective contribution to the imbalance that we are experiencing not only in our own lives, but also in the world that surrounds us. We can no longer ALLOW for these less than optimal ways of operating to run our lives. Our everyday interactions with the outside world and our relationship that we have with our self, is demanding our attention. We all need to wake up to our individual ability to make true change and progression in the world.

 The surge of the “GREEN” movement in our society has taken off in popularity and attractiveness. Fortunately, it is no longer “alternative” to be working to save our planet. Articles and advertisements for “Green Living” run rampant. Recycling. Composting. Organic Gardening. Electric Cars. Solar Panels. Non-toxic everything! These are all brilliant contributions to assist us in taking action and responsibility for the destruction of our planet. But we know that even if we are doing some of these things or all of these things, we are still left with a space to fill within ourselves, as well as endless unanswered questions as to how we can contribute on the deepest level, to the healing of our planet and our individual selves. How can we best co-create this new vision of Love and Balance for our Mother Earth?

 WE, as individual bodies and as a collective, can innately feel the need to join together and share in this journey towards wholeness. It is easier to look the other way at times and to continue to distract ourselves from the main purpose of our human experience here on Earth. But don’t stay in those distractions for too long because if you are willing to pay attention at all, there are signs and symptoms all around you that are asking for your love and wisdom to be brought into focus. Our bodies are giving messages to us constantly if we are able to slow down, trust our intuition and ask what needs to be given attention to.

 We can all consciously choose to bring our energy and attention to our own self healing. These acts of attention towards “self” can cause a ripple effect of love and kindness outward that we may not be able to comprehend. Aim to bring love and compassion to the endless quest to the answers to the hard questions in life. Ask yourself in stillness and with an open heart, “Where is my ego limiting me from being in my wholeness, in my Truth?”…”Where am I ignoring the messages from the Universe that are brought to me?”

 In order to rise up out of our constant egoic state of being, we need to plant deep, conscious seeds of intention to release some of our “beliefs” that we hold true and to seek for the ability to see the larger Truth in every moment.

 We need to release the egos need to be “right”, to justify our choices, actions, behaviors, and responses to make us feel as though we are doing the “right thing”. When we work towards releasing the rigidity of our belief systems and what we have attached our individual “identity” to, we will unveil parts of ourselves and our planet that we have yet to fully recognize and believe possible. We must release these attachments of the ego, to these ways of knowing ourselves as “individuals” that are separate and detached from all others. The problem with us keeping our belief that we are “separate” and our need to be “right” so tightly woven into our being, is that it continually creates the barrier for us to see the perfection and the wholeness in all that exists, and most importantly within our selves. 

Our main focus can be directed to being present enough to see the Truth in every situation, every moment…To direct our intention to not only seeking, but actually seeing and feeling our Universal connectedness, instead of our egos constant drive to create competition, separateness, and segregation of our species. We can experience this firsthand in our relationships and examine the ways in which we can see some part of ourselves (a part of ourselves from our past or the present) in the other. From this point of connection and integration, we can truly work together as a collective towards the Love we desire.

 The veil of the ego is very thick and will continually find intelligent and crafty ways in the mind to keep us from the Truth in our heart and the feelings that arise within our bodies that clearly and authentically speak to us. The often repressed and denied feelings show us what it is that needs to be seen, felt, and heard by all in order for us to fully embrace and take responsibility for our current state of the world. Our feelings contain the messages from our higher self, and are communicating to us the answers to our own healing.

 Our feelings, whether they are perceived as negative or positive, all have a significant message in teaching us what we need to know about ourselves. When we allow the purging and the unfolding of the uncomfortable aspects of being incredibly vulnerable or allowing the sadness, anger, or fear that we have felt but denied for so long, to rise up and be recognized, it is the most powerful thing we can do. By not recognizing and fully feeling every aspect of ourselves, we hold ourselves back from fully evolving into the wholeness that we so innately desire. By outwardly expressing and having compassion for our ego-driven states of being as well as expressing our deep desire for giving and receiving love, we can catapult our collective to support one another in changing our “outside world” to look and feel how we truly desire it to be.

 We continuously witness how we suppress our True nature and the disrespect we have for ourselves, others and ultimately our planet. We need to be reminded over and over that we are a microcosm of the macrocosm. We must take the steps forward to create a balanced, loving, nurturing and honest world within ourselves first so that Mother Earth can reflect that beauty and love back to us.



‘Life is a mirror and will reflect back to the thinker what he/she thinks into it.’ Ernest Holmes


Redefining Strength.

Redefining Strength.

Our current collective view of strength is one that is in deep need of transmutation and evolution. As the world around us evolves and changes form, we too need to continuously be open to examining our own self and allowing for new perspectives of how we see ourselves, who we want to become, and how we are expressing ourselves to the world.

Strength is often seen and felt as power or control of one’s self or one’s emotions. Our collective ideas of strength are convoluted by a wide range of images and expressions in the world. Men and women in powerful positions in society or politics exude (what many perceive as) “strength” to many, or the modern day heroes and heroines who show their strength through their physical bodies and powerful outward manifestations.

We collectively believe that being strong is denying our inner most desires and goals in order to do what we are “supposed to do” or to do “the right thing”. We are still programmed to believe that someone is strong when they are committed to a relationship “no matter what”, while continuing to not honor themselves. We often see strength in others that are “self sacrificing” and do not recognize their own needs. In order to stay in a place of strength, we often don’t ask for the help or assistance we may need when we are feeling overwhelmed. We complement others who choose to show their “strength” by appearing centered and strong in the face of incredible tragedy and pain. Is this really True strength?

These distorted and misunderstood acts and expressions of strength are often confusing when we feel into them. We perpetuate the belief about what it means to be strong by mimicking others around us who do the same. When we bring our awareness to this, we can feel that these ways of “being strong” are not in alignment with our deepest desires of wanting to be our most authentic self. Our desire to really know ourselves and feel accepted and embraced for who we are. We have lost the ability to know who we truly are and to have deep connection with our own self. We have sacrificed our self Love as a result of the fear to reveal ourselves and be viewed as ‘weak’. We have collectively become so out of touch with showing our True selves to the outside world. We are often living in denial of our True nature…that which is LOVE… the divinity that shows itself in all of our True expressions.

Strength is being vulnerable. Allowing our heart to be so open that it can feel the spectrum of Bliss and sadness at any given moment. It is showing our willingness to change and our non-attachment to who we “think” we are. Strength is taking responsibility for our actions and our words. Being honest with ourselves and our loved ones about the way we truly feel. Being in the unknown and trusting that our life path will unfold as it should. Strength is loving our self in the moments of what is seemingly never-ending darkness. Honoring our self enough to focus our awareness on what what we truly desire. It is forgiveness and compassion for ourselves. Strength is following our heart.

So how do we choose to see strength in our partners, our children, our parents, our friends and most importantly ourselves? And can we see the strength in others when they expose to us their weakness? We can consciously choose to change this old perspective of what it means to be strong (and to show strength) by first examining within ourselves what our own deep-seated beliefs are about strength. When we are still and allow the distractions around us to fade away for a few moments in our day, we can ask ourselves how we really feel about our outward expression of strength. How do I show the world that I am strong? Most importantly, is this truly in alignment with who I am and who I want to be? What can I do to change this false representation of myself so that I am honest with others and myself?

Hiding just beneath this false outward expression of strength is often our deepest fear. Fear of breaking open the illusion that we are not really as we appear to the outside world, or even to ourselves. We may lack the understanding of all that we encompass as individuals because we are so much more than what we are able to see on the surface. We all contain the depths of the Universe within ourselves: The dark and the light. The good and the bad. The feminine and the masculine. The stillness and the movement. The joy and the sadness. The opening and the closing. The strength and the weakness. Can we Love all of this?

Love holds the True power to heal. And when we embrace all of ourselves, we radiate healing and Love. We must take every opportunity in life to feel within ourselves, to reconnect with Love, to Love ourselves, because the Ultimate Strength lies within loving and honoring all parts of our Self. It is in the continuous space of vulnerability that we are open to Love. So why then are we so afraid to BE and FEEL the magical strength of Love? Because Love is the unknown. The unseen. The indescribable. The Infinite. The Divine. Love holds the Universal Wisdom. And if we are Love, we are ultimately all of these things. Let’s collectively redefine strength by opening our hearts and letting Love flow in and out. Let’s all feel the power, strength and freedom that comes with expressing and honoring everything that we are.