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Thought for the Week: How Do You Harmonize with the Past?

I believe we all harmonize with the past, both consciously and unconsciously. We are taught to do that by our families, by what we’re taught in school, by what we need to do to succeed in whatever society we live in. If we want more harmony in the present, we often need to change how…

Thought for the Week: Will You Create Utopia this Year?

Most of us have been led to believe that utopia is something that can not be attained, or if it is attained, it is not a way of living that can be sustained. Yet, dystopia seems like our probable future. I created a video sharing ideas about the human behaviors that create dystopias and the…

Thought for the Week: The Guiding Song of Sustainability

Have you ever played with the idea of having a guiding song for your life?  Here’s a video of my Mindful Earthkeeper Thought for the Week: If you prefer, you can read the idea below: I believe as human beings we live out many songs throughout our lives, but only one guiding song is predominant…

Creating Fresh Starts in 2023

by Karen Powers Wan This year, we have new tools, programs and classes to help you heal with the earth, and/or heal the earth. In January, we’re focusing on the theme of frameworks for change. The short video above talks a bit about what we have been discussing in the Mindful Earthkeeper community. Community members…

The Restorative Life: Our Relationship to Food

This is a continuation of ideas about creating a restorative life based on starting with the essentials. Today our focus is on how our choices around food can be an important aspect of creating a restorative life. We’ll start by looking at what’s been happening and the changes that are underway. Some Background Before the…

The Restorative Life – Start with the Essentials

If you joined our April Restorative Challenge launch last week, you know that we started looked restorative living from some different points of view, including what type of change we’re experiencing or need to experience, and some goal setting by the types of life transformation we’re doing.  We also discussed slowing down to restore ourselves…

Every Person Has the Power

by Karen Powers Wan Every person has the power to live a restorative life. It doesn’t matter if you lived a pure life or a destructive life up until now. This is a great time to become more restorative. To create the kind of future our descendants deserve, we must learn to embrace a different…

April 2022 Restorative Living Challenge

Today is the first day of our Mindful Earthkeeper Restorative Living Challenge. For those of you already in the community, you should have received our first day’s email. The way to access the guides, materials and presentations is to join our email list. It’s not too late to join! Each day this week you will…

Evolving Our Identity

This month’s theme is evolving our identity. Having a healthy identity is so important to our well-being and our ability to live well.  The name for this community is identity based. I chose the name Mindful Earthkeeper partially because it’s an identity for people that I admire greatly, and it’s one that I strive to…

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