I am Nature. The rocks, the animals, the plants, the elements are my relatives. Other humans are my sisters and brothers, whatever their races, colors, ages, nationalities, creeds. The earth is my Mother and the sky is my Father. The sun and moon are my Grandparents, and the stars my ancestors. I am part of this large family of nature, not the master of it. I have my own special part to play and I seek to play that part to the best of my ability. I seek to live in harmony with others in the family of nature, treating others with respect, not abuse. I pay attention to the seasons within myself. Life is a circle with many cycles.
I acknowledge that the Divine is everywhere in the energy of life. I sense the life force in the oak tree on the hill, in the herbs in the garden, in the boulders on the hill. I understand that everything has its physical and non-physical aspects. The physical and spiritual are deeply intertwined, not separate, and one is not better than the other. My worship is one of communion, not groveling. I share my views with others when I sense it is right. There are many ways, not one way, of spiritual growth. My holy places are under the open sky, in the old oak grove , on the vision rock on the high cliff, in the garden in the fields. in the sweat lodge by the stream, by the clear pool of the sacred spring, in the rainbow cave in the valley. Yet my worship can be anywhere.
I journey to the otherworld in my dreams. I fly with my consciousness through time and space. I return with insights. I go between the worlds for healing, growth, and transformation. Psychic perception is a natural, not supernatural, part of my daily life. I attune myself to the four elements of nature - earth, air, fire, water - and to the fifth element, spirit, which is the force that connects all. I see these elements as parts of my self, my physical body is my earth, my intellect my air, my will my fire, my emotions my water, and my inner self is my spirit. I endeavor to keep myself healthy and in balance in all these parts of self.
I hear the cries of Mother Earth. I see the pollution of the air, the soil, and the waters. I see the games being played by nations with the fire of nuclear weapons. I see spiritual pollution, too - selfishness, hatred, greed for money and power, despair. I sense these things, but I sense, too, a cleansing, healing energy manifesting on the planet at this time. I know that I can help bring the planet into greater balance by seeking balance in my own life. I know that my attitudes and my way of living can make a difference in this world.