Nature Spirits – Man as a totem Pole

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Nature Spirits

What in the world do Nature Spirits have to do with the education of a man so he is a totem pole of warmth and protection for his spouse?  

Buckets.  

Nature Spirits are always and everywhere connected to their nature and the moment and their purpose.  Imagine if a man could say the same. 

How does a man connect with his nature, elevate in the moment, adhere to their purpose?

A few thoughts …

What are Nature Spirits. Nature Spirits are the religious life of planet Earth.  The spirits of the wilderness are the abundant energy that resonates from the spinning earth.  They are natural and are integral in your well being in various ways.  In every life.  If you have a soul you are an anchor for nature spirits.  That makes you important to nature.  That means you are appreciated by nature.  Nature being planet Earth.  Your home.  Your power source.  

If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of a soul. Or you as a soul bearing being – that’s ok.  

Read these words slowly.  Know that you have a soul; that you inhabit a planetary soul.  That your soul registers the energy of nature spirits.  When at peace anyone can sense this energy.  When we get stuff done in our day we generate Satisfaction.  Satisfaction is the foundation for peace.  So the homework of connecting with nature is being good at your Satisfaction to be able to offer to others and nature a man at peace. 

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What the Nature Spirits need to know is the real you.  They can mesh with the you of now.  Not the Ego based needy version of some guy.  What they seek is the you that loves responding to the call for a man.  To do and to be.  Not that the man knows everything.  Far from it.  They love the imperfect man that wants to grow.  That accepts his faults because his human qualities are a better reflection of who he is. Highlighting his strengths is a better investment than correcting his faults.   

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It is crucial that a man understand he is wanted.  Wanted by his family.  Wanted by the powers of religion.  Moved by religion. Animated by a relevant power to push into the world.  To surge into the day.  The amazing matrix with which a man can do all this everyday is the soul.

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The soul is the amplifier of your passion, your emotion, your belief.  Yours.  No one else’s.

It simply cannot provide soul service to another body.  Because you and your soul are intricately, beautifully and fatality intertwined.  No body can decide for you the relationship you as an adult have with your soul.  

Without a doubt you have programming from your childhood that impacts your decision making whether they are good habits or traumatizing events.  Now you are an adult and you decide your habits, routines and rituals.  Let’s say habits are more for the Ego, routines for your Best 

Ego and Rituals for your Devotional life – the Higher Soul.

All three of these use your history that lives in your blood and your resonance from your bones as a source of power.  Power to connect with nature and higher perception.  Power to project rejuvenating energy to someone else.  Power to keep learning how to use your Best Ego to help get your Satisfaction that generates peace to welcome healing Nature Spirits into your life.

Connect, Elevate, Adhere.

Go Man Go.

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Worth Repeating

Earlier today I was looking through my blog posts in search of a previous post about The Female Frixion when I came across this one from a year and half ago entitled 10 Things A Young Man Needs To Hear From A Man. When I wrote this it was a time when I knew even less than I think I know now. Fearful of the edits it still begs I believe there are some valid points in this post. Worth repeating. I have included 2 here starting with Be Agile – Not Fragile. That is what a father wants for his son. What a woman wants for her man.

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  1. Do the work to be emotionally agile not fragile. This one is so important to teach by example. The work can be analogous to juggling. If you focus on one ball then all of them will fall.  To take it up a level you use your peripheral vision to manage the task at hand.  What is being asked is to be able to have long term vision while still managing the present.
  2. Define strength: mentally, physically, emotionally – as a man; find out what it is for a woman.  What is your formula for strength in each case:  Emotional Strength = _________ +  ____________ Use your strengths to highlight them in others.

To see the whole list use the link below.

https://wild-coach.com/2019/05/17/10-things-a-young-man-needs-to-to-hear-from-a-man/

Feel free to share these ideas with a young man to understand what he hungers for.

2 Old Guys

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2 old guys were playing tennis as I walked by the public tennis court. It was a beautiful fall day with the mid afternoon sun balancing out the autumn cool. In the park there were a few mothers and nannies caring for and playing with children. There was one empty court and the one in use by said men.

In their 70’s one fart was in very good shape and the belly of the other one had a nice round shape to it. I watched them for a few minutes from the park bench near the court. They played very well without physically challenging each other too much. I couldn’t hear everything they said but I did catch the guy with the belly say in a chipper voice as he approached the net to collect a ball ‘ Kids these days. They’re not careless’. It seemed he was defending the millenials for getting a bad reputation as being lazy and disrespectful. Perhaps he had some grandchildren that were really proactive at recycling and social responsibility.

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‘They are carefree.‘ The belly guy completed his thought and turned to walk back to the baseline.

What is that supposed to mean – ‘carefree’? That young people being smart phone savvy soothes all their problems. That because the retired generation receive their monthly pension then all must be good in the world. Or because the younger generations can’t afford a house that means they don’t have to worry about a mortgage. Or because they use Uber they don’t have to be concerned about car insurance rates. Or because they work from home they don’t have to stress about the price of gas and the pollution it causes.

Stress and depression and the temperature of the planet are all on the rise. Young people are worried. Sick. They are worried about the degradation of the planet and how to grow food on their balcony, their parents failing health and the quality of care in a seniors home, the job market and the cost of daycare, the widening gap between rich and poor and the deepening feeling in their gut of connecting with some higher purpose that surely there is in life.

Like me and you, they need help. Sure they are super agile on social media and pay for everything in the moment on an app. Still they don’t know what they want in life, how to be a good spouse, how to respond to the urge of their soul life. They may sound very confident because they have lots of sound bites in the moment at their finger tips. Yet self knowledge is still elusive.

They need challenges that help them elevate their mind just as much as to learn how to stretch their money. They need guidance of how to cultivate their soul. Who is going to be that guide? To let them know what is a good idea to repeat of the the preceding generations and what mistakes to avoid. To model understand humility, listening and patience.

Below is the link to a previous post entitled Rise Of The Elder Class petitioning adults to get over their feelings about their stage in life and see past the confident face of the young generation to engage them in conversations about meaning: https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/wild-coach.com/834

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