Soulful Service exists as a conscious co-creative business with a specific focus:
We encourage and support people to experience their connection with nature.
Who are "we?"
How do we "encourage and support people?"
Some of the ways we interact with and encourage people include:
- growing our own vegetables and fruits and sharing what we know about how to do that successfully
- sharing produce from our gardens and teaching how to prepare, preserve and store food
- writing books for children
- blogging about experiences we and others have had
- designing Internet-based learning programs about how to identify plants
- inviting others to join us in a virtual community of conscious co-creators
What do you mean when you say "experience their connection with nature?"
Nature exists in so many places with a tremendous variety of aspects. And there are an incredible number of ways to make a connection with nature. Just consider . . .
How many places have you experienced your connection with nature?
- with water - glass of drinking water, running water (creek or nature feature in a park), pond, lake, ocean
- with land - cave, forest, desert, garden, bicycle path
- with air - windy city street, sky
How many ways have you experienced your connection with nature?
- from swimming to snorkeling
- from digging dirt and planting a garden to climbing a mountain
- from watching a butterfly travel between flowers to studying clouds for weather patterns
- from breathing to touching
- from hiking to sitting still
How many (and what) aspects have you experienced in your connection with nature?
- soil microbes
What is "conscious co-creation?"
We use our physical forms, along with the non-physical aspects of ourselves and this universe, to create. The creation of objects in a physical form occurs through working with the non-physical as well as our physical bodies.
So what the heck is "non-physical?"
Let’s start with a description of “physical,” which includes our bodies and anything we can experience through the body’s traditionally recognized five senses (touch, taste, smell, sight, hearing). The “physical” has a specific energy vibration associated with its form.
The “non-physical” includes specific (and frequently subtle) energy vibrations which are different from the physical realm and that are not commonly perceived by our physical five senses. Some people do feel, see, or hear these non-physical energies as an "aura," a “deva,” an “angel,” a “ghost," etc.
This is a simplistic definition of these two terms because we are witnessing and acknowledging the merging of physical and non-physical energies.
We can use our physical forms to connect and communicate with the non-physical. We invite you to join us — in our blog called Conscious Co-creation — as we explore HOW to consciously make the connection between the physical and the non-physical.