Welcome to imajnEarth! The place of Self Wilding.
To be whole. To be complete. Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from. ~ Terry Tempest Williams, testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Forest & Public Lands Management regarding the Utah Public Lands Management Act of 1995 (Washington, D.C., 13 July 1995), published in Red: Passion and Patience in the Desert (2001), p. 75.
Want to know more about Self Wilding?
Earth is where we belong - a belonging that is sense of place and purpose that forms the basis for wellness.
Earth, incidentally is an anagram of heart.
'iMAJn' (pronounced imagine) refers to the greatest gift you have, imagination (refer to Albert Einstein if you don't believe me). Also, It is a play on my initials (MAJ).
Seriously, imajnEarth is about nurturing and creating conscious habits, actions, and mindsets to make a difference.Eating pure, a healthy abode, and working smart are just the start.
It is about 'wilding' the Self to be who you need to be. This is connecting with the wild in you as well as that around you.
Our DNA not only connects us to every plant and animal alive today but to every single thing that has ever lived. ~ Astrophysicist, Professor Brian Cox
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Things about me:
My star sign is Libra. Hence, why you'll see I'm all about balance and connectivity.
I live in sunny Queensland, Australia in a coastal place near the Great Barrier Reef.
My animal spirit is the Owl. (Just because there's something hauntingly powerful and wild about owls that attracts me).
My childhood nickname, believe it or not, was Tree. (I was tall and skinny then, but it's coincidental, or not, that I love trees).
I'm middle brained, displaying an evenness of left and right brained in tests more than once or twice. Just means I need to balance logic and creativity to stay sane.
I buy organically grown and free range products over others and have been recycling junk for over 25 years. I use simple everyday products for household and personal care and repurpose where I can to reduce my footprint on this Earth.
My partner, Tony, and I live on a small residential block with an awesome garden that has many native trees and shrubs and is a place visited by several different species of birds morning and early evening - mostly honey eaters looking to feed on the native flowers. We also grow some of our own herbs, veggies, and fruit.
We have two large 'rescued' dogs that are always looking to go for walks and outings to the beach. I love the beach and the bush (as we call wilderness in Australia) and can't stand to be without a nature hit for very long.
Be like a tree. Stay rooted in the dream that breathed you here! ~ Lauren de Boer.