The kingdoms of the world are slowly depleting, species are disappearing. Does that include humans too?
Yes, whatever we think, we are a part of the animal kingdom AND you may well be asking yourself, why is nature behaving the way it is?
Let's begin by looking at Mother Earth, she houses minerals and waters within her shell. We humans are just smaller versions. Working with rhythms as nature intended, life is sustained.
I was so very fortunate enough to meet Prof. Miriam Labbok on a speaking tour I organised with the team from the Lactation Resource Centre for the Australian Breastfeeding Association in 2012. I was also very sad to hear that Miriam passed away earlier this year, 2016. Thank you for all you have done for the women of the world.
I share the following article for your information and continual sharing with your family, friends and colleagues.
We all stop the process of much that goes on in our lives.
Even with a simple cold, what do you do? Do you stop, stay warm and take nourishing warm foods and drinks and rest?
Most people will take something to stop their cold from progressing, so this is an example of stopping the process. This just ‘houses’ the cold inside your body. The cold has not been allowed to proceed, it’s now stuck. The cold happened for a reason. Your immune system went into action to remove the dis-ease and asked you to rest so that this process can be cleared quickly and easily. It didn’t happen…
If you did this, would you expect a different result?
Do you know when you don’t feel ok? Do you listen to your body? It speaks to you in every single moment, feeding back information to let you know when it’s happy, humming along or not feeling so great.
Sign posts are all over our body, if only we could observe ourselves, we would see when we’re ‘not quite right’.
Do you STOP when your body asks you to? Would you recover more quickly if you did? OR do you soldier on and realise that there is nothing else to do but run on empty, thinking you have to do it all.