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Nature and Your Relationship with Our Home Planet

calling connection nature May 18, 2018

Six Ways to Deepen Your Spiritual Relationship to Nature

from- https://www.ecowatch.com

Do you love spending time in the natural world? Do you love how you feel when you’re with trees, mountains, rivers, and animals, even if you don’t know why? If so, you’ve probably had a wide range of experiences. If you’re like me, on some days, you go for a walk or run and you’re barely aware of the world around you. Your mind runs along its usual channels and before you know it, you’re back at the car.

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But on other days, something extraordinary happens. You’re walking along and all of a sudden you notice a tree—really notice it—and it’s a revelation. A deep peace emanates from it and settles into you. Or, you’re sitting in a secluded spot and you realize: I’m no different from that rock, that tree, that herd of deer. Everything feels right in the world. Then you become aware of the...

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Train Your Inner Writer to Smack the Reader, POW! Right in The Feelings

Connection!

-When you want to pack some power into your writing, whether it is a post or something else, first: decide what you want your reader to feel. Seriously, I cannot imagine more crucial advice!

Follow this one thing, and you can't go wrong! Helpful whether you are writing a speech, a blog, a book even a poem (especially a poem!)

But wait, there's more– His point of view may or may not appeal to you, but the principles are sound, thanks to Frank McKinley!

 

"There’s nothing worse than being boring."

We are emotional creatures. We’re attracted to things and people that make us feel good or make the pain go away.

We call logical what our emotions tell us is right.

Be intentional. Before you write the first word, decide what emotions you want your reader to feel.

Here’s a flow you can use:

  • Show your reader you feel his pain. Identify the frustration, the struggle, and the setbacks she’s going through.
  • Assure her it’s okay to feel...
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