“This world is indeed a living being endowed with a soul and intelligence … a single visible living entity containing all other living entities, which by their nature are all related.” — Plato
The teachings of many indigenous populations and forest dwellers focus upon ecological renewal and sustainability by recognizing the sacredness of creation and behaving in a manner that recognizes the sacredness through prayer, ritual and celebration. These cultures have been true stewards of the earth, living in harmony with the environment and protecting the Earth for future generations.
Spiritual Ecology recognizes the spiritual dynamics that are at the root of environmental devastation. In order to resolve the environmental issues that plague our planet and home, we must examine and reassess our relationship to the earth and our spiritual responsibilities toward the planet.
Harmonia is founded upon a reverence for the earth and our land, and the belief that our land is alive and conscious and it is our sacred duty to honor and care for it.