Natures Reminders and her Intuitive Messages

The West Coast has been checking up on me this week. I was told by a beautiful local soul that wolves in the treeline are doing just this… And there they were. A pack of 5 wolves in the treeline.

It was made even more apparent to me by the only Harbor Porpoises we saw who surfaced just next to me as I was telling the story of the exact moment that I fell in love with sea kayaking, while being in the exact spot off Vargas Island (Tofino) where it all happened 15 years ago. Porpoises to me are a creature of play and joy and so the serendipity of this moment ran through my whole being.

This coast is home. Here I feel rich. These are the moments that really count. I feel blessed yet again.

Let us bring ourselves to the places where moments like this may happen. Take note of your environment and what is calling you. Know that you are seen. Know that you are as important, as beautiful, and as intentional as the sunsets, the trees, the flood and ebb of the ocean. Somehow we are all here together.

Let us learn from the skies to be open.

Let us feel from the water to be fluid.

Let us ground with the rock that is weathered, and still.

Let us breath in the air that cycles through our entire being and is then released back to all our collective space.

Let our connections of this shared space give us unconditional love in knowing we are here together.

Let us be in awe, in gratitude of the simple, the intricate, the mind-blowing beauty of our natural world.

Why it is impossible to feel disconnected in nature.

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One of my favorite reasons for wanting to spend so much time in nature is simply all the life, in all of the many forms that one can find, feel, smell and be a part of. It is truly something that just makes sense to me. We are part of this ecological world, and we have such an impact on this planet that we all call home. It is easy to forget sometimes, living in our day to day just how much we are connected. In nature it is nearly impossible to be amiss to all the connections, and it is what makes me feel so absolutely alive and at peace here.

From the vantage point of my kayak I look to see if the beach ahead is one that will be suitable to camp on. My kayak rises and falls with the tides, the same tides that have created the beach ahead. The eagles up above watch over me and no doubt their next salmon meal somewhere underneath. The salmon bones from that eagles meal will provide the nutrients to help make the trees stand tall, help them to fight off disease, and help strengthen their root system for the next wind storm that inevitably will come. Dare I catch a salmon for myself to snack on while I decide if this will be home tonight. I breath deep and thank all the living matter, for this rich salty fresh air that I breath in, and I think to myself, this, this is what life is all about. I cherish the cycles that are ever so present.

It is hard to feel anything but connected out here. This feeling can take us so so far. These trips are what sustains me when I am back in the city. I can close my eyes and come back here, to the flicker of the fire, the howl of the wind, the unexpected sea lion, the laughs that made me feel so in the present. The hardest usually seems to be getting out here, that is until you have to go home, then going home easily becomes the hardest.  Settling into the city never has the ease of settling in to nature.

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