“Where ever you stand, be the soul of that Place.”
WE ALL ARE OF THIS EARTH. Each of our souls are on a unique assignment & may have come from other star systems or galaxies, but in this incarnation, we have chosen, Planet Earth. What an epic opportunity to explore what it means to be alive on this diverse, thriving, breathing spinning globe, which each morning is greeted by a glorious star we call Sun.
With the realization of that choice we find that the more connected we are to this Earthly environment, rather than trying to be somewhere else, or disconnected, the more peace, tranquility & joy we find in our collective human experience.
Indigenous people of the Earth, who, in a vast variety of creation stories recognize that they too came from the stars, have taken on the souls bold challenge of exploring the obstacles & ecstasies of being in the Earthly realm. Therefore you see a major theme within the spirituality of many native cultures is to honor the Earth & create authentic ways to express their deep connection.
Each terrain upon this planet embodies a different Spirit or essence, through its the animals, plants, temperature & weather patterns. One who is severely disconnected from the Spirit(s), rhythms & cycles of the Earth, naturally finds it hard to realize what another is doing who is united with the seen & unseen energies of the Earth.
The original people of the world, passed down by many ancient native lineages have struggled to be considered as equals in the rapid moving modern world because they live here on Earth with a different definition of productivity. To them, to live & interact in right relation with ones environment, instead of controlling & manipulating it, is one of the highest forms of productivity. Still today, the argument continues, whether or not the Original People of Australia (also know as “aboriginal”), were actually categorized as animals under the “Flora & Fauna Act” until the 1960’s. All of the punishment, torture, dematerialization & colonialism upon indigenous cultures of the past & present signifies a deep misunderstanding of the profound wisdom the indigenous cultures have cultivated from many years of living in honor, respect & physical embodiment of a solid Earth connection.
Today we romanticize the native cultures who lived or are still trying to live in harmony with the Earth, because now modern culture is returning to our roots & collectively realizing the damage being done from being severely disconnected from the source which sustains life.
The question is not whether we go back to our primitive ways or not. The question is how do we develop a new way of connecting to the source, which provides us, our ancestors & the children to come life; & how can it inspire the work we do as we evolve rapidly with technology. If we do not take the time to connect & build a relationship with nature, we will never know it, & as Chief Dan George says, “what you do not know you will fear & what one fears, one destroys.”
Will we go on with this legacy of being the only species on Earth that destroys its own habitat?? Or will we realize & respect our total dependence on nature & the ways in which the wilderness can transform our health, happiness, & overall wellbeing of this life we have chosen on this Good Earth??
Personally, I am choosing the second option & here are a few
“Tools for Remembering” we can all use to truly embrace this opportunity to be a harmonious, inspired Earthling:
TOP 4 EARTHLING AGREEMENTS:
1. Build a relationship with the Earth
Spend time with Mother Nature, submerge yourself into her rhythms & flows, mimic & study the behaviors the living organisms of nature (flora & fauna), walk barefoot upon her soils to return to your raw wild origins, value sacred communication with nature in your own unique way, plan frequent times to disappear & dissolve into the mysteries of the Earth’s consciousness.
2. Witness the brilliance of Nature
View the tangible Earth body as a portal to Source, which is encoded with an indescribable amount of data, codes & information which leads us closer to answers & knowing. There is nothing you have to do with this information (unless your true heart desire is super inspired to do so), all you really have to do is let your jaw drop & be in awe by its Great Mystery.
3. Speak for the Earth
Mother Earth herself has a beautiful voice, but it seems, only a certain percentage of humans can pick up on it. So when you hear her delicate song & messages through her trees, animals, waters, weather, etc. give her a hand & find the eloquent words of the human language & share them in a beautiful way so more can rejoice in her majesty.
4. Honor the Earth
Find unique ways to give thanks, to appreciate the vast variety of abundance that we receive on a daily basis & give back to her through praise, song, dance, ritual, ceremony, etc. Let this not be an obligation, but a creative form of expression for her endless wisdom & support in turning our dreams into a physical reality. This honoring can be done silently or collectively.
“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.” ~Khalil Gibran
The times we are living in now are tough... interesting... controversial... beautiful...
The list goes on for eternity, & those who are truly on the path of self-discovery are asking the big questions about how they can truly make a difference in this seemingly chaotic world.
There is this tone flying through the air, calling us all to focus our vision on the greater patterns & the bigger picture that is truly on the tips of our tongues & at our fingertips....
We are all craving this big change, but ultimately the greatest form of activism you can partake in is the transformation of the SELF & from that place of purity & passion, the crystallization will ripple out in everything you do, CREATING an epically beautiful world living in balance, peace & integrity.
Eagle vision is a vital component of our collective awakening.
Personally, this is why it was such an honor to receive the Hopi Eagle Transmission from Ruben & his family. Preserving & sharing indigenous medicine & wisdom is an extremely controversial & sensitive matter as many native communities around the world are still in the process of determining whether or not to share certain information with others outside of their culture.
I sat humbly with Ruben & his family in his home on the Hopi Reservation & he shared many stories of his trials & triumphs of sharing his presence, teachings, dances & family in such a vulnerable way.
In my eyes, he was a man of humble wisdom & beyond anything he had a sparkle in his eye which was focused on the greater purpose he is fulfilling by courageously carrying his message, regardless of those who did not believe in him or challenged his motives. His family blessed this WHOLE space & opened the hearts of so many people who are all yearning for there to be PEACE between all people, so we can collectively take care of each other & the Earth.
Sharing the essence of the magical moment, is the least I can do to share this powerful CALL TO ACTION.
ACTion of heart.
ACTion of knowing.
ACTion of wisdom beyond barriers.
It is with Great compassion,
that I share this POWERFUL transmission with all my relations.
The Hopi Eagle Dance Blesses the EarthWalk Medicine channel & ONE tribe.
Of course witnessing in person, these magical, sacred moments of life where people gather to grow & amplify spirit is the most preferred way to receive wisdom & inspiration.
BUT the truth is there is SO MUCH beauty & expansion happening ALL over the planet at rapid rates. It is nearly impossible to witness it ALL in person, & so we use this worldwide web as a gauge of the collective heart, hard at work.
Now, we have these portals of technology to share with one another the collective cooperation & incremental steps of growth we are all participating in as one human family.
When we use these portals in a good way, LIFE, LOVE, VITALITY, HOPE, REMEMBERING, COURAGE, & DETERMINATION are all fueled into the one beating heart of the Earth + the lightning & thunder of the collective web of consciousness.
To receive the FULL MEDICINE of this video transmission,
watch in full screen HD, with head phones...
FOUR WAYS TO SHARPEN YOUR EAGLE VISION
1. Drop the microscope & pick up the telescope, Eagle vision does not get stuck or hung up on fine details, this medicine is more interested in the vastness of possibilities & staying focused on the larger patterns at play. "Keep your WHY close."
2. Implement a NEW practice to connect to your Spirit: Prioritize your connection with your Soul & your interconnectedness to all beings on a daily basis.. Eagle is the messenger straight from source, the bird who soars through the skies & delivers truth, healing, humble power directly from the Great Spirit.
3. "Keep your WHY close" as we refine our visions, projects, purpose, it is very important to be SUPER CLEAR on "WHY" you are dedicating your life & time to that purpose. Clearly articulate your "WHY" & surround yourself with it in your daily life with pictures, mantras, altars, etc.
4. Spend more time with community- Eagle medicine soars above & can see the wellbeing of the communities, where some areas are thriving & others that are suffering. Eagle medicine knows the more we dedicate & share with our communities the happier & healthier the collective consciousness expands. All humans thrive through connection.
May we all come together & co-create a world we walk in present peace & are proud to birth our grandchildren into.
As that is the GRAND VISION we are all striving to fulfill.
Thank you to all who made this this amazing Hopi Eagle Dance transmission available for all to know & see how the collective mind is working together to generate peace.
Share this Medicine with those who are on their true heart path,
May the Eagle vision be with us all,
during this time of the Great Transition.
What Our COMMUNITY IS Saying
I highly recommend Elah & AuSierra for anybody who is looking to deepen their connection to source, to strengthen your offering that pours from that special place inside, and walk away with the skills and belief in yourself to go create waves of change that ripple out into your community. ~Celeste Rajczi, USA