Friday, April 20, 2012

Mother Earth Zest for Earth Day 2012

Mother Earth Zest for Earth Day 2012 by Maria Pologeorgis
Earth Day commemorative events are held worldwide to increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth's natural environment. Earth Day is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network, and is celebrated in more than 175 countries every year. In 2009, the United Nations designated April 22 International Mother Earth Day. Earth Day is planned for April 22 in all years at least through 2015. When we lose our connection to the earth, we cut ourselves off from the healing source of Mother Earth. We disconnect ourselves from our ability to lovingly care for and nourish ourselves as well as to provide the physical security we need. When we become disconnected, we become one of life's victims, navigating through life by external circumstances rather than creating our lives by high choice and right action. Reconnecting to our source can be done in many ways. It is as simple as being in nature, a barefoot walk in the grass in warmer weather is a wonderful way to connect with primal source, planting and gardening and through being conscious of what we eat and drink. Eating and drinking close to the Earth whole foods rather than processed foods strengthens are body’s natural ability to revitalize itself. Processed foods and beverages are life depleting. Herbs are the Earth’s living medicine. They are effective healing agents due to their natural resonance with both the energetic and physical human body. Sacred Rose® Organic Herbal Teas stimulate the energy body's innate ability to heal. Mother Earth Zest® - Sacred Rose® Organic Herbal Tea, a refreshing blend of ginger, spearmint, fennel and sage which assists in bringing a sense of fullness and grounding to our lives. This blend aids digestion and helps us root to the earth. Healing to the Root Chakra. Shop online Maria Pologeorgis is a plant spirit intuitive and founder of Sacred Rose® Organic Herbal Tea. She can be reached at

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