Bumpety Bump Bump ~ More Comment Bump Ups

Continued comments related to the recent Bradley Loves post … the following discussion comes from Jean Haines’ blog, and is actually between Jean and me after I left my previous comment-then-turned-blog-post. Do check out the extensive comments left by people on this [my] blog. It’s so encouraging to witness how many men get this!

In response to my comment, readable by clicking here,

Jean says:

Laura, this is so well expressed! Many thanks! Hugs, ~Jean

  • laurabruno says:

    Thanks, Jean! Big hugs and cheers … the change is happening. We just need to remember not to fear tuning into Nature and the true power that comes from living in harmony with our beautiful planet!

    • Jean says:

      You bet! I do question, though, even the consideration of altering the earth’s ley lines. I don’t want anyone who isn’t totally in tune with me playing around with my energy lines. . . 🙂 Any thoughts? ? ? Hugs, ~Jean

      • laurabruno says:

        I’m not suggesting that WE create new ley lines. I’m suggesting that we each tune into our little plot of land right where we are and nurture and heal the Land as She speaks to us. If we listen, we will hear and know what to do. That’s not manipulation. That’s harmony, with humans doing what we can to do whatever it takes in our little spot to lift the vibration, which might mean something as non-exotic as picking up trash, pouring on composted chicken poop, covering it with mulch, letting it rot down all winter and then planting in it next spring.

        It might mean getting to know the natural flora and fauna of our area. It might mean turning degraded, abused land into an eco-haven for bees and butterflies. It might mean learning how to commune with herbs, not just for their chemical constitution but for the spirit of the herbs and learning FROM THEM how they can heal on many levels.

        I have big issues with people who aren’t in tune with the Earth and who are totally ungrounded in their spot on Earth, channeling anything into some mental construct of a line. If you’re not in tune with Earth, you’ve got no business monkeying around with ley lines, and if you ARE in tune with Earth, then likely you’re already very busy exactly where you are, ley line or not, co-creating heaven on Earth — not as a mental construct, but as a tangible, palpable, walkable 3D reality.

        Those who fear anything pagan or magical will have a field day with Sarah Anne Lawless, LOL, but this post of hers on Bioregional Animism has much to offer: https://laurabruno.wordpress.com/2015/09/29/sarah-anne-lawless-the-song-of-the-land-bioregional-animism/

        (My comments precede and then link to her actual post.)

        As Gurumukh, the kundalini yoga teacher says, “You must start somewhere, because if you don’t start somewhere you’ll be nowhere!” Start where you are. You don’t connect with the Earth in an abstract way from your computer or from or by meditating in your head. You do it with love, with all of you, and that includes actual contact and actual action. The communication is available for those willing to humble themselves to listen to it.

        All land is sacred. All of it. So is all sea and sky. Fire is sacred. We need to remember this sacredness and bring it back to the Elements, back into our world. That’s how we shift with our beloved planet. By loving her, not just with our heads, but with our hearts and especially with our hands. Get ’em dirty! It’s good for you. Hugs, Laura

7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Maggie on October 14, 2015 at 7:31 am

    Thanks Laura. I love the way Timothy Glenn has put it so clearly – the traumatic low vibration can only be created by us. (paraphrased:) of course. Every ounce of energy we contribute builds the nightmare scenarios we abhor. So we can stop watching the news / engaging with corporate media constantly and therefore, stop re-traumatising ourselves. We can take every morsel of our fields and create the brightest love filled planet through our hearts. They need us, we don’t need them. That’s the interesting thing to to “get” to really understand our own power as infinite eternal limitless beings of love. We love Tim don’t we 🙂
    Thanks Laura ❤

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  2. ❤ Yep, we do love Tim. 🙂

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  3. Posted by Nikkoale on October 14, 2015 at 8:04 pm

    ❤ Now going out to get my hands dirty.

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  4. Posted by Nikkoale on October 15, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    Got ’em dirty… did some weeding, mainly pulling out some mint that had overwhelmed their space… transplanted some irises… cut back some honeysuckle… and sat under a tree for a while. 🙂

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  5. Posted by Nikkoale on October 15, 2015 at 3:57 pm

    Oh yeah… and took lots of pictures of the flower garden. 🙂

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  6. Beautiful! Me, too. I pulled out all my massive pumpkins and green striped cushaw squash and piled the vines up for David to run over with a mulching mower, planted a bunch of bulbs, moved huge piles of mulch, and more of the same today — in between sessions and with a helper, thankfully! 🙂

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