Principles of Nature
Nature is infinitely abundant. When we allow nature to follow it’s natural course, there will always be enough for everyone to celebrate and enjoy life. Nature knows no lack or shortage; that is an idea we learned from society. Nature gives and provides freely.
We all have different pieces of this big puzzle called life. With our unique brilliance we can create a new economy together. Togetherness allows an open space to share, uplift, exchange, and create new things. When we work together we can accomplish amazing things for the benefit of the whole.
When we would realize we are all connected, we would care much more about each other and about nature. Understanding this principle means that a natural desire arises to not harm. How can we do business while caring for everything and everyone around us?
When you act out of a direct, natural impulse – without conditioning and limitations – there is no manipulation or control involved. A direct impulse has no layers, hidden agenda or plan. It is innocent, spontaneous action from the inside out, not knowing where to go but always naturally reacting to what is present in each moment.
What if people connect on the basis of equality and one is no longer above another? Equality brings connection in which we help each other and exchange from the pleasure of giving. There is appreciation for each other, for (what) the other (needs) and knows and for what the other is willing to give. Both learn and both grow. A natural exchange can take place out of gratitude and joy that deepens mutual affection.
Nature has its own rhythm. Although the information of the plant is already in the seed, growth takes time, care, nourishment, and fertile soil to blossom. Natural development is a perfect orchestration of changing your behavior, taking the steering wheel of your life into your own hands, losing judgment, and giving yourself time to grow into the best version of yourself.