Animal naturePosted: August 26, 2015
Animal nature – Where did it go?
It never left.
Our growling turned into domestic violence
Our drooling twisted into “food-ism”
Our sex turned into a process of power over
Our sex turned into something other than we intended
Where is that fierceness of a Momma bear when our children are slowly poisoned by the treats, toys, gadgets, cars, water, food, air and thoughts we are so eager to provide for them to have a “better” life than we did?
Animal nature doesn’t rush to get to the coffee drive through before the 2-for-1 sale is over
Animal nature is loving and protective of it’s children, for the most part – yes I’m aware of the caveats.
Without knowing our animal nature we run the risk of thinking the planet is some sort of machine that can be “used” indefinitely.
Without our animal nature we run the risk of not accessing some of our deepest knowing.
What does your intuition tell you when you take a walk among the trees? At the seaside? In the Desert?
Who are you?