Picking Up Trash in Canyons of the Ancients National Monument ~ The Conscious Continuum

Today, we cleaned up a little piece of earth and had fun doing so! ~

Adventures at The Great Sand Dunes ~ The Conscious Continuum

A beautiful experience in every way. The presence of the Crestone Range bordering the sand dunes made for some breathtaking views. Our mission is to awaken our highest potential of consciousness by tapping into our inner child. By doing so, we hope to inspire you to awaken to your truest self and go after your heart’s desires! Along our journey, we are creating videos, meditations and other content. Follow along by subscribing to our channel ~

Exploring Buena Vista ~ Our Nomad Life ~ Conscious Continuum

 

As we continue our nomadic adventures, this short video highlights our experience while staying in Buena Vista, Colorado. We are getting used to video making and developing our own style. In later videos, we intend to profile more of our day to day lifestyle habits and dive deeper into conscious living. Thanks for watching and let us know what you think!

Adventure and Awakening – Using the Law of Attraction to Manifest Your Dream World

As a guest on Larry Morrison’s podcast, “The Journey Inward: Uncovering Universal Truth” I had the privilege to share my story of adventure and awakening. In this Episode, we discuss the law of attraction, living a life of liberation, consciousness, meditation, the energy of life, moving past our conditioning and other insightful topics. With this talk, our intention is to help listeners find inspiration to live the life of their dreams and discover greater happiness within themselves and for the world. Thanks so much to Larry for the opportunity to speak on his show. More episodes to come!

Dancing With Water

 

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Despite the fact that we have gathered libraries of information on water, our current knowledge of this life supporting liquid may still be trivial-a drop in the ocean. The old sciences speak to our intellect. They function inside a carefully crafted box encumbered by the slow, linear progression from hypothesis to acceptance of new ideas. Although there is nothing wrong with this approach, it tends to dismiss ideas that cannot be tested using traditional methods from inside the box. The old sciences limit us to what we can experience with our senses. They teach us that reality is defined by what we can experience through what we can see, touch and hear – forgetting that our senses, themselves, are limited. The new sciences speak to a heart centered intellect. By taking us to the subatomic world, they reveal how all things are a part of the whole. They show us the inadequacy of our physical senses for evaluating the universe. They honor both the intuitive and physical senses, bridging the gap between right brain and left brain as well as the gap between science and spirit. From this new perspective, there are no boxes, there is no separation, and we are all participants in the ongoing creative process. Where water is concerned, the new sciences reveal a fourth phase of matter – a liquid crystal designed to interact with our biology. When used consciously, liquid crystalline water can be used to heighten our experience as water beings on this blue planet we call home ~ Dancing With Water

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Return of the Natives Planting Day

Return of the Natives

Today in the Adventure of Truth, we participated in a planting event with Return of the Natives. At Zmudowski beach in Monterey Bay, we planted 1200 native plants including Sagewort, Buckwheat, and Beach Primrose. In coordination with students at California State University in Monterey Bay, we assisted in planting these native plants to help the sand dunes that line along the beautiful coastline. The ecosystems that these dunes support will gain stability with the introduction of these plants. Many insects and animals, including the Snowy Plover bird and the Smith’s Blue Butterfly who use the vegetation for protection, will enjoy a more balanced habitat.

In the early 1900’s, ice-plant was introduced to the coastline of California with the intention of holding shifting sand more stable for the construction of railroad tracks. However, the introduction of ice-plant has begun to lessen the biodiversity of the delicate ecosystem that the dunes support, and its effects are felt.

With continued effort and awareness, Return of the Natives progresses with this work and many other projects alike with the intention of creating a better tomorrow. Awareness of these environmental issues and remedial projects continues to grow and we are so thankful to have had the opportunity to share in restoring the one common habitat that we as humans share together, Mother Earth.

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