A practice that can become a way of life is to take just a moment to radiate love to any element of nature you may encounter along the way. For example, if you have plants in your home, notice your experience when you take the time to radiate love to them each time you see them, or at least once in any given day. Also notice your experience when you thank any crystals you may have in your home, and radiate love to them, as well. When you bring flowers into your home, offer them your love and gratitude, as well, for the beauty they bring into your environment. The same goes for any animals, fish, reptiles, birds or other creatures with whom you share your home or who you might encounter along the way on any given day.
Creating a habit of expressing and radiating love to your environment enlivens a sense of connection with nature’s intelligence, even as it also becomes a daily gratitude practice. Expressing gratitude offers support and nourishment to your quality of life, even as it deepens your relationship with the living world around you.
And, if it feels comfortable and natural for you, include the invisible sources of support and life force that exist within and around all living things in nature, including you. For example, when you look at a plant you may have in your home or office, or a bush or tree you see outside, take a moment to radiate love to the invisible beings that nourish and support that life form. This kind of practice allows you to expand and support your sense of nature’s intelligence to those sources that you cant see.
Radiating love to nature every day not only offers you the nourishment that comes when you resonate with the force of love; it also supports a sense of well-being and of actively experiencing yourself as part of something larger than your individual self.
If it feels natural to you, you might add offering blessings along the way, as a deepened kind of love and gratitude practice. Offering blessings to those we encounter along the way is a dynamic expression of radiating love, as well as a way to acknowledge and honor your connection with nature’s intelligence.