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Our Connection to Mother Earth by Care'n Mooney


Our journey begins with the heartbeat

The human heartbeat starts pulsating in the third week of conception. Just as a new star is born when the rhythm of its heart begins to beat, so too is a new life sparked into existence. This process is akin to a grand explosion, connecting us in myriad ways.


Our physical bodies mirror nature

The structure of our lungs resembles the branches of a tree. As trees absorb the carbon dioxide we exhale and release the oxygen we inhale, we see a beautiful symbiosis. Our eyes, shaped like nebulas, remind us that we are part of nature and nature is part of us.


When we honor this connection, we honor our bond with the Earth itself. Our stress is reflected in the Earth, and vice versa. When we harm nature, we find ourselves living in a visibly stressed and sick society. Our self-perceptions profoundly affect the world.


“Earth is not a platform for human life. It’s a living being. We are not on it but part of it. Its health is our health,” Thomas Moore once said. When humanity is in pain and under strain, the world reflects that image back to us, crying out, “Please restore the balance, bring back the harmony before we all perish.”


We are witnessing what seems like a cancer epidemic

People everywhere are suddenly facing this horrific challenge. In her book, “You Can Heal Your Life,” Louise Hay describes cancer as a deep hurt, a long-standing resentment, and a deep secret or grief eating away at ourselves. She suggests that carrying hatreds and feeling hopeless can lead to such conditions. Her affirmation is, “I lovingly forgive and release all the past. I choose to fill my world with joy. I love and approve of myself.” This brings us back to self-love. When we love ourselves, we can love others and see the beauty all around us.


The pressures and fears that we feel from the constant pollution of negativity, plus the pollution that we spread, are obscuring our beauty. As we feel our pain, we inflict it on the Earth. The Earth reflects what we are feeling. It is time to heal ourselves so that we can heal our environment.


So, how do we heal?

When we change our minds, we change our hearts. When we change our hearts, we change everything around us. When we are sick and tired of being sick and tired, we can choose to make that change. Self-love is the beginning. With self-love comes forgiveness and letting go of old pains. Then comes gratitude for all we are and all we can be. When we heal our thoughts, we heal our hearts. When we heal our hearts, we change our actions.


The word for today is “Meliorism.”

It means the belief that we can change and improve the world through acts of love, compassion, creativity, and kindness. The Heart Math Institute in California was created to scientifically prove our connection to the world around us.


Scientists from all over the world were gathered to create ways to measure our effect on nature. Indigenous people have always known and honored this connection. Now, through scientific instruments, they can measure the effect of negative emotions on plants. Plants that are surrounded by love, peace, and soothing sounds will grow and develop at amazing rates. Conversely, if you create negativity around them, they wither and die. This has been proven many times in situations where children are deprived of a loving environment.


Instruments created at Heart Math came into play when computers were transitioning from 1999 to 2000. Great fear had been created that all kinds of catastrophic things would happen. Knowing this, the Institute placed instruments in various places around the world to try and capture the motion of fear and anxiety as it moved across the world. As midnight came in each area, these instruments began to vibrate and record that as a worldwide consciousness, people were influencing the frequency in each of these areas. This was the first time that the entire world was emitting the same emotion in such a great amount. Amazingly enough, three days before the 9/11 attack, they noticed that these instruments were acting strangely. On some level, the conscious energy was moving again across the world. They checked the instruments, and nothing was creating this response, and then when it happened, they realized that the emotions of the people had caused the machines to react.


Consequently, when we are expecting a storm, hurricane, tornado, heavy snow, etc., the newscasters start spreading doom and gloom, spreading fear. Imagine what it would be if the information was given without a heavy negative indication. If we were all holding in our hearts and minds that the Earth would receive what it needed and there would be minimum damage to things around.


Imagine when someone is facing a catastrophic illness, all those around them would hold in their mind the vision of health, the vision of love, the vision of full restoration, even knowing that statistically, the outcome may not be pleasant. What if we held on to the belief that we are in the 2% that have a miraculous recovery? This also has been proven to change the direction of a person’s outcome.


We are the change

Dr. Joe Dispenza has written many books on changing your mind and changing the outcome. He also has abundant scientific proof that changing your mind can heal the body. Are we willing to step up and begin to change our minds, change our hearts, and change the outcome?



In Hawaii, they practice Ho’oponopono, the art of conscious forgiveness. This practice assigns a healthy path for all concerned. They know that the emotions of the people can even change the weather. When there is harmony among the people, there is harmony in nature.

I see you, I honor you, I appreciate you

Cosmic Guardians



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