Molly Grace
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Which of the following experiences transformed your life or world view?
homeschool, steiner school, 100% raw food diet for more than 2 months, yoga training, plant medicine journey, Ringing Cedars Series
Where do you live now?
Buffalo, NY
In what ways do you feel called to Regenerate our Earth?
Conservation, defending the natural world, helping nourish, heal and steward Earth. Be a part of this awakening time <3
What is your Intention for Joining this particular Community?
Connection <3
Tell us about your Gifts,Skills, Abilities, Passions...
I live in the city now, but prefer to be in nature whenever I can. I feel the earth, the stars, the animals and beautiful plants. I feel strong ties to native communities, who are so deeply reverent toward the Earth. I love learning to grow plants and work with nature in the garden <3 I have a bed at our community garden, and work trade with a local urban farm CSA food-share. I like to make music and sing, use fragrant essential oils and smudges, and make everyday life sacred. I love connecting with my physical body and am happiest living a highly physical life. I love delicious meaningful meals shared with cherished ones, sound healing, physical and psychological re-patterning, and am currently a level II student of Reiki, in a special year long program through the Mudita Wellness Spirit School. I enjoy practicing climbing trees, hiking, traveling. I love crystals and plant medicines. In the mundane, I am a student of Geography and the Environment. My current societal employment is training me to use various compliance and monitoring tools, and to understand the workings of environmental policy. I hope to use this understanding to work toward pollution accountability for big business and municipalities, and to help reclaim and restore damaged environments, while protecting existing environments from being destroyed. I believe in humans learning to work with the environment, as native communities have done. Combining native wisdom&reverence, with revolutionary green and sustainable technology and infrastructure, even urban areas can help heal, rather than harm our precious home <3
Where on Earth are you inspired to Live and Regenerate the Earth?
Western New York; my home is here :)
I join with the sincere intention of making a positive contribution to this space and its members in kindness and loving service. I agree to read and comply with the codes of conduct of this space (found on this site)
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Seeing Nature

Posted on August 10, 2013 at 11:02am 0 Comments

In Cynthia Aldinger's article, 'Joy in My Heart', she sited some specific examples of child-mind beauty:

'Our colleague Mary O’Connell sent two stories yesterday about the reaction of two children who had spent the day at her farm. She wrote:



“When Jonah, age 6, got home, his mom heard him screaming at the top of his lungs outside. Alarmed at his sudden burst of excitement, she looked out the window and saw that he had scooped up a huge mound of dirt from…

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At 3:31am on February 26, 2015, Timothy Forrest: Edgar said…

Hi Molly,

 And Thank You for your comment. And yes it seems the mycellium has taken hold of me in ways I hadn't dreamed YET. The perfect metaphor for all of us kindred spirits connected to bring forth the real relationship to nature, our planet and the cosmos. The connector, digestor, transformer and ultimately the healer between the plants, and us. How soon we find out when we have reduced our world to slime when  we don't align with life.  I'm sure you have heard of Paul Stamets and the bioneers conference when he spoke about the relationship to the bees. . .anti viral, anti tumor. . .far advanced decompostion of materials than microbs. .. more closely connected to our cellular structures  ie eukaryotes vs prokaryotes (my spelling is atrocious...been a while since I delved into "scientific talk". Trying to remember the web address. .. you might try webeemushroomed. I am so grateful for his work to raise the consciousness of the scientific community to what we already know. All life is connected so why are we always disconnecting ourselves.

So I just came in from the space in front of the garden where I am taking shade trees down cutting into four foot logs and sledding out with my homemade the sled through the four foot snow drifts so that I can innoculate the logs with shitaki, oyster (brown and blue) and reishi mushroom.  AND I am real excited about it! Last week I built an oak bee hive with Anastasia's specifications. Must weigh 250 plus pounds.  4 inch slabs,,,, which I am also way excited about. And yesterday started putting together my order from St Lawrence nursery over your way in Potsdam. They are retiring this year I just found out from a local permaculture group. I am a little leary about all these wonderful trees and bushes receiving enough water to take while I work a full time job and try to make progress on the domain. perchance you are inclined to visit Vermont you are most welcome as I have built too big a house, and bring your friends to plant , water trees, create the garden.. .  you know all those wonderful things people who lead happy lives are able to do.Here is a poem in the now. . .for you!

In all its majestic crystal piercing placement,

Lies the dormant but spiritually  awake contentment,

Angling through the cold crisp convex concealed,

Crevices  creating clear concise images

Of our lives to be, of our lives in now.

Where the rhythms rhyme reasonably responsive

To the harmony of the spheres

Where

Am

and 

You Are!

God's Blessing to YOU a Graceful image

of Man . . . a WoMan.

In Love

Timothy

At 12:20pm on February 23, 2015, Timothy Forrest: Edgar said…

HI Molly,

The world twirls in a parochette twinkling to the consciously aware. . . those keeping pulse. Which would include the mycellium and oh so wonderfully organized. Thank you for being you. . . you bring light to a world filled with the subprimal. Blessings to you.

Love Timothy

At 4:49am on December 28, 2012, Chelsey said…

Hi Molly. Nice to meet you as well. Thanks! It's good to see someone living in the same state who has similar values :)

 
 
 

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