Mindful Restoration With Water

Restorative Spring

Springtime is such a naturally restorative time of year. We’re reminded that life constantly renews and restores itself.

As human society has become more destructive, threatening the natural world in so many ways. To be restorative, we need to become more mindful of our actions in the world, and the way we interact with water in practical and spiritual ways is particularly crucial.

In May, we’re going to explore the healing power of water. Dr. Lisa Wipplinger, the Executive Director of the National Water Center, and Karen Powers, founder at Mindful Earthkeeper. We will be sharing a free video class in mid May on healing with the water to anyone on our newsletter list. The handout with the class also shares other resources you can tap into to become more mindful of how to restore yourself with water, and also to restore water in the earth’s ecosystems.

One of the things you can try now is to create a list of healing practices that incorporate water that you can add into your day. Could you drink more water or practice healing rituals with water? You can be mindful of water plants in your house or outdoors. There are many ways to become more mindful of how you can be more restorative with water.

We will be going deeper into working with water in a mindful way over the next couple month since it’s such an important aspect of being an earthkeeper.

If you would like to be part of the community, we would love to share what we have learned.

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Published by Karen Powers Wan

Writer, Restorative Lifestyle Coach, Sustainability Project Manager, and Meditation Instructor.

One thought on “Mindful Restoration With Water

  1. Water is vital to our lives in all aspects, and I sometimes feel a little guilty for taking it for granted! I know that having clean, plentiful drinking water is a true privilege. And for my peace of mind, I rely on being near the ocean as much as possible. Your Earthkeeper project is a contribution to protecting our resources. Well done.

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