Haven’t been blogging since I took an Easter trip to visit family in Southern California. I drove down there, and I tried to do some time travel to make the trip go quicker. It ended up backfiring on me and time seem to draw out endlessly as I left Las Vegas and headed towards Barstow. I keep seeing sign after sign telling me I was approaching Barstow and it seemed to take forever to get there.
As a follow-up to my last post, our little forest fire seems to have been a blessing in disguise. The grass is growing in bright green back there, and the fire uncovered all sorts of dead wood that needs to be cleared, so Stevo and I (mostly Stevo) have been cleaning up and it looks great back there. We have always found that working outside is great for your spirit…out in nature, fresh air, sweet smell of warm pine trees. Working in the garden is also really good for you. Digging in the dirt and literally grounding the whole time you are out there. My advice is to get out in nature as much as possible. It’s the easiest way to connect with the earth. Scientific experiments have proved that our body’s electromagnetic field resonates with the field of the earth. There’s no better way to access that energy than to have your hands in the dirt or your bare feet on the ground. If you have trouble grounding, try doing it outside with your bare feet touching the ground.