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Updated: Nov 28, 2019

Why is Nature so good for our Being?

Broken down, everything that exists in the world is made of atoms vibrating at different frequencies. Nature's vibration is one of the highest frequencies, and since most of your human form is made of empty space, when you get in contact with nature, energy is exchanged. Nature's frequency can't be influenced by the low energy of a human being but we are influenced by nature’s much larger effect. Nature is rooted while humans go in and out of their roots. When you sit on the shore of the ocean and you start to feel peace, this isn't just a coincidence. The energy of the high frequency of the ocean is sharing with you its wisdom. The wisdom of flowing energy without interception. The ease of just being in the moment. When spending time in nature during the autumn, the changing color of the trees is wisdom if you care to connect with it. The fall of the leaves at the end of the season teaches us the process of letting go in effortless ways. Nature is our greatest teacher, and it never fails even when our perception would beg to differ.

“Our hearts resonate at the same frequency as the earth and the Universe. Therefore, we are all valuable instruments in the orchestration of the world and its harmony. So stop playing it small. You are the Universe experiencing itself in a human body for a while.”

Understanding Nature

Nature is a Gift.

Nature is the source we can plug into at anytime that we want or need until we come to realize that we are One with it. People are looking for God through organized religions and fighting over who's right and who's wrong. People worship the soldiers who are going to war over religions and belief completely unaware that both ides are destroying the very thing they claim to defend. To see or to find God, look within. Quiet the mind, relax the body and expand your consciousness and you will know God. God isn't in the next land you conquer, God is all the land and everything in between.


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