Most of my readers live in the Northern hemisphere, and we are in the midst of a glorious summer. However you feel about summertime and the warm summer weather (hot for some places!) we are currently experiencing, we can all gain important insights if we more deeply connect with the places we live and work. And all the many beings who surround us, whether insects, birds, plants, trees, rocks, animals, air, water, soil–they all have precious teachings to share with us if we are willing to be students in Mother Nature’s vast and generous classroom. When we pay attention to these teachings we not only become a better member of our community, we also become more deeply connected to our own precious spirit.
I’ve been spending a lot of time working on stories about lessons we learn from our more than human relations. In fact, it continues to be an exciting time at Anahuy Mentoring–we just finished edits and book layout for Huckleberries and Coyotes! To celebrate I’m hosting a free 40-minute Zoom class tomorrow (July 30) at 10:00-10:40am Pacific time. In the Indigenous Time Management II class, we’ll think together about place and the wonderful lessons we can learn about time and time management in Mother Nature’s classroom. Please join if you are interested. You do not need to have participated in my first Indigenous Time Management class I hosted earlier this summer. Everyone is welcome, although seats are limited. You can sign up on my Anahuy Mentoring webpage via the Eventbrite box on the homepage.
If you can, please take a moment and go or look outside.
I hope you have a wonderful rest of the day.