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Re: Lou's reply to Cass-3 Lou Pilder

Posted by Cass on September 7, 2004, at 0:47:27

In reply to Re: Lou's reply to Cass-3 Cass, posted by Lou Pilder on September 6, 2004, at 11:56:47

Dear Lou,

I think that taking care of the environment and spending time in nature is also very spiritually centering. The products I use in my house and on my body these days are very natural and non-toxic. In fact, most of what I use is "food grade." In other words, it's so safe (for me and the environment) I could eat it (not that I would want to.) The products I use are purer than most "environmentally safe" products that you find in health food stores.

I try to connect with nature every day now. Even if it's tending to my herb garden, laying in the sun for a few minutes or picking fruit. I keep in mind my interconnectedness with nature.

In a way, everything we've been discussing so far is the easy stuff. Changing my diet, ridding my life of many toxins, spending time in nature is easier than ridding myself of emotional toxins. The gentle care I take of my body now makes me more aware of what I need to change emotionally. I have "work" to do in the regard, but I know I've come a long, long way already. Like I mentioned above, I try to look at the big picture while experiencing my feelings. I try to be true to myself and live up to my own ethical convictions.

What do you do to enhance your spiritual life, Lou?




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