You may wonder why I blog about the importance of honoring Nature and the balance that exists between our environment (on all levels) and humanity. Believe me, it is not because I am smarter than the average bear on this topic.
This has been emphasized in the Essene Gospels which were written 2,000 years ago! And indigenous peoples around the world have known that if we are to continue our life, we must not deplete that which provides that life for us.
I could have just gone on with signing email petitions for various environmental causes, then this paragraph on page 28 of The Essene Gospels, Book Four, jumped out at me:
“And when once we see with the eyes of wisdom and hear with the ears of understanding the ageless truths of the Holy Scrolls, then must we go among the Sons of Men and teach them, for if we jealously hide the holy knowledge, pretending that it belongs only to us, then we are as one who finds a spring high in the mountains, and rather than let it flow into the valley to quench the thirst of man and beast, buries it under rocks and dirt, thereby robbing himself of water, as well….”
So here I am – a voice in the wilderness – trying to call out to my fellow humans, please find the ancient knowledge and start to practice it as regularly as you can! We only have one Earth. If we destroy it, we cannot live.
Written on this Earth Day, 2018, with love to the planet that gives us our physical life and honoring the concept of balance portrayed in this peaceful image.
Susan C. Moyer, MSW
Is a sound healer and transformational coach. She has 25+ years experience in using alternate states of consciousness to access deeper healing on all levels: physical, psychological, mental and spiritual.