While listening to a podcast featuring astrologer Pam Gregory and Kelly Hunter, I was struck by the depth of research and evidence that Pam provides in her work. As an engineer, I appreciate how she connects planetary alignments to events like the 2008 banking crisis, offering a compelling and data-driven perspective. During the podcast, a fascinating topic was mentioned: the use of jellyfish for regeneration. This sparked my thinking about our relationship with nature and other living beings, and how we could evolve to coexist in harmony.

I believe it’s time for us to evolve beyond our current practices of harvesting or killing animals and plants for their healing properties. Instead, we should work to harness the natural energy and vibrations of these beings without causing them harm. For example, instead of cutting branches from a tree or extracting juices from blue crabs, we could ask the tree for healing energy or seek permission from the crabs to share their gifts.

This concept extends beyond animals to include plants and even other human beings. Just as some shamans uproot plants to access their benefits, we should develop the ability to tap into their healing properties through meditation and energetic exchange, rather than causing them harm.

By evolving to a place where we can work in harmony with nature, we can tap into the gifts of other soul beings—plants, animals, and humans alike. As we continue to evolve and seek a more harmonious relationship with nature, it’s essential to consider how our collective mindset and daily practices can support this shift. Here are some ways we can foster this evolution and work towards a more respectful and sustainable existence:

  • Cultivate mindfulness and gratitude: Developing a deeper awareness of our surroundings and expressing gratitude for the gifts provided by nature can help us form a more meaningful connection with the world around us. By acknowledging the value of plants, animals, and other living beings, we can foster a sense of respect and responsibility toward their well-being.
  • Explore alternative healing methods: Rather than relying solely on traditional methods that may involve harming living beings, explore other healing modalities such as Reiki, crystal therapy, or sound healing. These techniques focus on channeling energy and vibrations to promote well-being, without causing harm to other beings.
  • Educate ourselves and others: Gaining a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of all living things and the impact of our actions on the environment is crucial for change. Share knowledge with others, engage in conversations, and promote a more conscious way of living.
  • Embrace eco-friendly practices: Adopting sustainable practices in our daily lives, such as reducing waste, conserving resources, and supporting local, organic, and cruelty-free products, can help minimize our impact on the environment and support the well-being of all living beings.
  • Develop our intuitive abilities: As we grow more in tune with the natural world and its energies, our intuitive abilities can help us access the healing energies of plants and animals without causing harm. Meditation, energy work, and other spiritual practices can assist in strengthening our connection to the natural world and facilitate more harmonious interactions.

By implementing these changes and embracing a more harmonious way of living, we can work towards a future where we respect and honor the gifts of all soul beings. As we evolve, our relationship with nature will transform, allowing us to access the abundant healing energies of the world around us without causing harm or depleting resources. Ultimately, this shift will lead to a more sustainable, compassionate, and enlightened existence for all.

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