Brazilian Amazon Intention

After reading the news about the highest record of deforestation in Brazil last month (May 2019) I set the heart powered intention second paragraph below. As I practiced the intention I wrote: Breathing in, breathing out. I feel the grief in my heart of the loss of forests, beautiful ancient trees and wildlife and home of Indigenous peoples. I breathe in the loss, the bewilderment of decisions made by those with power, the uncertainty of our future. I sit and feel this deeply. I breathe. I connect to the greater consciousness. I… Read More

Honouring Life and Answering the Call

This project is an invitation to share and invite people to hear the call for Gifting back to Nature by supporting reforestation of tropical forests (Treesisters.org) and supporting small countries most at risk of extreme climate catastrophes by stopping ecocide by changing the law. So here’s the challenge – how will you sign up your first five, twenty, one hundred Earth Protectors?  Additionally, how will you invite women to become Treesisters? And here is the Intention: Ecocide will become a well known word, a label for the current harm, the practice of which leads to criminal conviction. Being illegal the rate of destruction on Earth will decrease dramatically and restoration can proceed faster than the destruction. Click the photo for more.

Polly Higgins – on passing the baton

Polly Higgins has left this realm but her work continues. We are being called to pick up the baton and spread the word whilst the lawyers in the team continue her work. In the words of Jojo Mehta, writer-activist who worked closely with Polly, imagine a world with a million Conscientious Earth Protectors… “There is no more powerful tool to protect the Earth, because when ecocide becomes a crime, corporate behaviour is forced to change. Not because CEOs become liable to prosecution (although they do and that’s an exciting prospect) but because ECOCIDAL PRACTICES BECOME ILLEGAL They can’t be permitted by governments, underwritten by insurers or backed by investors… and so they have to stop.”