– Second Introductory Experience –
Why Do People Take Heartwood Path Courses?
People are naturally drawn to attractions in nature. They are attracted to learn more about what they encounter in the natural environment, which is beautiful and diverse because the beings in the natural landscapes are attracted to be and behave in ways that both draw attention to themselves and enhance their chances of survival.
Those who participate in the Heartwood Path come to enhance their awareness of attractions outdoors. In time, their attractions often turn to strong feelings of love. While spending time in nature is soothing, the unavoidable witnessing of environmental problems make people fearful, concerned, and attracted to protect what they have come to love. When they better see how their beloved beings and natural landscapes are endangered, their compassion, which may have previously been limited to their own family or to their own tribe, grows to include all sentient beings.
With practice, those who go down the Heartwood Path are able to enhance their skills of compassion. This doing for others makes them feel a sense of accomplishment, a feeling that they cannot match through conspicuous consumption or routine entertainments. As they do more to protect natural attractions, they become saint-like in their helping of others. To this end, the Heartwood Path puts one’s attractions on a positive course that leads to uncommon happiness and environmental sustainability.
If this is not a day when you prefer to spend time in nature without an agenda, do the following activity:
Learning How To Commune With Nature For Information, Guidance, And Healing
Second Introductory Heartwood Path Activity: Learning How To Commune With Nature For Information, Guidance, and Healing. With pen and journal in hand, go to an attractive natural area and, in a spirit of appreciation, look around you to find something that is attractive to you. Once you find an aspect of nature that is attractive to you continuously for at least ten seconds, use the optimal functioning you receive along with your continued attraction (which can be thought of as your consent to do this activity with the help of the attractive natural being) to learn how to commune with nature for information, guidance, and healing. Really get to know nature by finding a natural attractive being outdoors, sitting with it for a few minutes, perceiving the surrounding natural enviornment, and then begin trying to become aware of each of the following understanding of the universe:
Write down a few words about what you see in nature that illustrates any or each of these aspects of every being’s natural life.
Natural Systems Reflection Process
For best results, write down your impressions of this activity in your journal using as many of the following components as you see fit, afterwards, share your interpretations with others.
The Heartwood Path Exchange:
Swap Your Ideas, Impressions, Photos, And News With Others
Your input is vital. Enjoy sharing!