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Biomimicry for the soul
Hi friends, colleagues, and like-minded souls!
I haven't posted anything in some time because I’ve been working on a new venture that I’d like to share with you. I’m calling the new venture Wild Hazel [wildhazel.net]. The flagship program is called Re-Aligning with Nature, Tapping into the Power of Your Natural Paradigm.
It’s a sort of biomimicry for the soul.
As you know, our current cultural, societal, and economic paradigms are human constructs that are self-serving, self-reinforcing, and damaging to people and the planet. They do not reflect, support, or reinforce basic human values or nature’s principles.
I believe that we need as many of us as possible to recognize how we’re subscribing to this damaging “Conventional Paradigm” and that there's an alternative — the “Natural Paradigm.”
The Natural Paradigm reflects Nature’s understanding of the world, how it works, and our role in it. It’s reflected in Life’s Principles, Nature’s Unifying Patterns, and Native American philosophy. Because you and I are biological beings, Nature’s Paradigm is our natural paradigm. It is what you believe to be true about the world, how it works, and your role in it when you are your true, authentic self — when you are your best self. You are operating from your Natural Paradigm when you’re enjoying a stunning sunset, engrossed in a creative project, playing with your kids, or helping a friend.
It is my belief that the only way for us to address the personal, environmental, and social challenges that we have created for ourselves is to begin living from our Natural Paradigm. This will give us new clarity about the world, the way it really works, and our appropriate role in it. It will also, beautifully, empower us to tap into the individual and collective inspiration, creativity, and wisdom that already exists within ourselves as natural living beings.
If this resonates with you, I invite you to download the [free] Tiny Transformation Workbook which will give you tiny peeks into the “Conventional Paradigm” and the “Natural Paradigm”, and then a tiny experience of intentionally living from your Natural Paradigm.
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