Man wants instant gratification at the cost of nature, what can we about it?

The erosion of nature

Man destroys nature in the name of progress. The world continues to get sicker and more mentally ill. We have gadgets glued to our eyes and ears, disconnected from nature’s frequency; new frequencies beaming at us that we don’t know the long-term effects.

The tyranny of the phone device crept in with such ease. I requested a menu to read recently and received a plastic square to scan. I hadn’t taken my phone device with me and asked again for a menu to read? The phone has already taken over us; where does it end? Who cares?

We don’t care as long as we can have what we want when we want it. A world of instant gratification that wants the quickest route back to the broken system has become so comfortable.

Nature is smart

A log, a lump of wood, doesn’t look much. Nature is a very clever thing; no need for a degree, title, or letters after its name to be magnificent. Yet just a piece of discarded wood that looks like nothing can be of use. A door, chair, house, table, kitchen, bed, writing desk or masterpiece. We can use it to start a fire, cook, keep warm. Our incredible trees provide us with oxygen, shelter, shade, fruit, and a home for nature.

We forgot that divine nature already provided us with everything we ever needed. We wanted more and more.

Natures order will prevail

A world that genuinely believes actual poison benefits health and healing. A world that has shunned and disregarded the intuitive people; conscious people scream out otherwise, but with no formal letters after their names, they are not given a voice to be heard.

The unconscious believe the coming world order is progress; the conscious release all attachments to it and turn to natural nature, which will ultimately have the last say.

Gradually integrating these principles into your life can help you return to a more balanced and nature-inspired way of living.

  1. Explore natural alternatives for health and wellness. Consider herbal remedies, essential oils, and traditional healing practices that have been used for centuries. Consult with qualified professionals before making any significant changes.
  2. Make conscious choices to minimize your impact on the environment. Reduce, reuse, and recycle whenever possible. Choose eco-friendly products, conserve energy and water, and support local and sustainable businesses.
  3. Cultivate meaningful relationships and connections with others. Spend quality time with loved ones, engage in deep conversations, and practice active listening.
  4. Simplify your life by decluttering physical and mental spaces. Focus on what truly matters to you and let go of unnecessary distractions. Create a harmonious environment that supports your well-being and encourages a natural lifestyle.
  5. Exercise outdoors whenever you can to benefit from fresh air and natural surroundings.
  6. Choose fresh, organic, and locally sourced foods whenever possible. Opt for a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Minimize processed and artificial foods that disrupt the body's natural processes.
  7. Gardening connects you to the earth and allows you to witness the natural cycles of life firsthand. Even growing herbs or small potted plants can bring nature into your living space.
  8. Limit screen time and create boundaries with technology. Engage in activities that don't involve electronic devices, indulge your creative side.
  9. Seek opportunities to escape to quieter, more natural settings, where you can breathe fresh air and enjoy serene surroundings.
  10. Build a community that shares your values. Engage in conversations, and support each other's journey towards a more natural way of life.

Remember, returning to nature's principles is a personal and ongoing process. Be patient with yourself and honour the journey as you strive to align your mind, body, and life with the wonderful wisdom of the natural world.

Thank you for reading today.