Messages from Mother Earth

The Elegant Universe

Brian Greene, USA

(Submitted by Helena Boulos, Greece)

When scientists talk about theories of physics being elegant, what is often meant is that a theory is able to explain a wide range of phenomena, using a very small number of powerful ideas. The elegance comes from the tremendous reach of these few simple ideas.

The Way of Birds

Mark Nepo, USA

(Submitted by The Art of Living Team)

There is a deep and humbling lesson in the way of birds. Their wings grow and stretch and span patches of air. First tentatively and then with confidence, they lift, they pump, they glide, they land. It seems, for birds, it is the act of flying that is the goal. True, they migrate and seek out food, but when flying, there is the sense that being aloft is their true destination.

Our connection to nature

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, India

(Submitted by Chantal Delaperle, Canada)

An intimate relationship with the environment is built into the human psyche. Historically, nature, mountains, rivers, trees, the sun, the moon have always been honored in ancient cultures. It’s only when we start moving away from our connection to nature and our selves, that we begin polluting and destroying the environment. We need to revive these attitudes that foster our connection with nature.

Better alive than dead

Henry D. Thoreau, USA

(Submitted by Jan Radcliffe, USA)

Every creature is better alive than dead, men and moose and pine trees, and he who understands it alright will rather preserve its life than destroy it.

The memory of water

Diana Rico, USA

(Submitted by Graciela Mattei, Argentina)

Does water have memory? Can it retain an “imprint” of energies to which it has been exposed? This theory was first proposed by the late French immunologist Dr. Jacques Benveniste, as a way of explaining how homeopathy works. Benveniste’s theory has continued to be championed by some and disputed by others.

The power of love

Julie Raymond, USA

(Submitted by the author)

Some years ago, with the help of two equally concerned women, I ran a modest Great Dane rescue operation from my home. Ten dogs passed through my hands in one year. Each dog had its own history of abuse, or neglect. One dog in particular was so emaciated that every bone in his spine pushed though his skin from the base of his neck to the top of his tail. He couldn’t even be neutered until he gained weight. He was nearly fully grown, unruly, and wild.

A sunflower, for example

Marie Loh, England

(Submitted by the author)

A sunflower, for example, looks the same as any other sunflower; its visual rhythm is always the same: an outer circle of golden yellow leaves, an inner circle of dark brown bushy matter. You could find out the exact mathematical calculation for reproducing a picture-perfect copy on a computer. So if you took a photo of a sunflower and loaded it onto your computer, what is visually displayed on your monitor has a mathematical and scientific calculation running behind it. It has its own rhythm.

Messages from Mother

Ankya Klay, Norway

(Submitted by the author)

She spoke to me softly … "Go out and walk on my land and you will receive answers to your questions." I listened to her message and learnt that whenever I am in a place of indecision or not-knowing around a question, She will provide me with the answer. For it is in getting out of my mind and into my heart that the answers are to be found.

String Theory

Brian Greene, USA


George Washington Carver, USA

(Submitted by María Elena Bigorra, Mexico)

Nature is an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every day of our lives, if we only will tune in.

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