Connecting Back to our Earth Mother

Spending time in nature allows us to feel at one with other living beings and to find comfort in the nurturing embrace of our Earth Mother. You can’t help but experience a different sense of self while walking in a wood.

So many of us have waited for Spring, as we have endured either the wettest or coldest winter in a long time.. So when at last the Sun peeps out I am one of the first to head for my favourite walks among the trees.. Just having the Sun revitalise us and enrich our Vitamin D supplies needed for healthy bones makes us feel so much better..

My walk looking out over some of Robin Hood Country

My walk looking out over some of Robin Hood Country. I am standing upon a converted ‘Slag heap’ of waste from a local Coal mine which closed in 2003. This land has now been made into a Nature Reserve.

We spend so much time indoors, focused on the busyness of our lives and disconnected from the earth. But much of what we truly need can only be found  in nature alongside trees or by the sound of running water.  There is so much to be seen.. And it was really good to hear the birds in the tree tops chirping away as they too must have been ready to dry out their feathers.. I saw many busy collecting nesting materials as they began to rebuild their nests..

Being in nature connects us to the earth, grounding us as we walk, unhindered by concrete, upon her. Surrounded by other living beings, both bigger and smaller than we are, we remember that human beings are simply one form of life in this vast universe. The standing ones are now starting to sprout new growth from their long sleep as they wake up revealing their blossoms..

Even if you live in a city or find it difficult to travel to a forest or the countryside, there are many ways to reconnect with nature. When you step out of your door each morning, just pause for a minute and close your eyes long enough to let your senses absorb your surroundings. Listen and breathe deeply, until you hear the wind rustling through branches, smell rain on damp grass, see the sparkle of morning dew, or frost. Enjoy the magical Mist. Take in the sights, sounds, and sensations we experience that are part of nature, which can remind us of all the gifts our Earth Mother brings us each day.

Spending time connecting with nature nourishes the soul, reminding us that you we are never truly alone, and renews us by attuning us back to the earth’s natural rhythm of which all nature is a part.. 

Enjoy Spring!

As we remember we are One with All of Nature

Blessings ~Sue

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  1. marina kanavaki
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 13:22:20

    Absolutely!!!!! :-)
    Enjoy a beautiful Thursday, my dear Sue! xxxx



  2. cat
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 13:27:00

    Thank you, Sue … nice walk … let’s do do this again some time,eh? … smiles … Love, cat.



  3. Line
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 13:28:52

    I also love nature, I think almost every Norwegian does :-) I spent my childhood in the forest and on the sea, hugging trees, playing with the wood fairies and looking for elves and gnomes under the bushes. I think that is how my spirituality started, in nature, the connection between the nature without and the imagination within. I find God much easier in nature than in any church or temple. After all, a building is made by men while nature is made by God :-) Thank you for your inspiring post! :-)



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:54:02

      You paint a beautiful picture Line, of your childhood days.. No wonder you are so connected with our Earth Mother and all upon her.. You are so right with your words when you say God is found easier in nature than in any church or temple… I so so agree… :-) xxx Thank you for your most welcome visit.. xx Sue



  4. P.E.A.C.E.
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 13:29:00

    Just lovely… and wise words too my friend.
    Let’s get outside and reconnect.
    Hugs, Gina xox



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:51:15

      Big smiles Gina… its been good to just enjoy some peace this week as some time off work was as much needed as the Sun’s warmth was.. :-) Thank you for bringing me your Peace… take care and enjoy your weekend too :-)



  5. Paul Handover
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 13:30:38

    Lovely pictures and even more lovely words.



  6. penpusherpen
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 15:48:00

    I hear you Sue, and I’m able to connect with my garden on such a sunny day as this… Your beautiful photo’s of nature are a reminder to us all that the countryside is within reach , wherever we are… I’ve just come in from work and ….wow, it’s wonderful how much sunshine uplifts everyone, smiles all round and shared comments on how much better we feel. , walking on man made concrete carpets doesn’t compare to mother natures paths, and greenery, though, soul food I call the local woods, where trees are welcoming and give you room to breathe..
    love and light, always xPenx



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:48:58

      Yes Pen, its been a treat this week, just to please myself, I have walked, rested… Baked.. and read a book.. And so enjoyed reading in the warmth of the garden too.. on a double garden swing.. feet up.. swaying… Sigh!… Peace!… Thank you so much for dropping in… enjoy your weekend dear Pen… Love Sue xxx



  7. Duma Key
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 16:52:21

    There is a sense of freedom when one steps outside the bubble of artificial life and back into the core of reality. The sun certainly makes us jump up and do things, had a really lovely lunch on Tuesday sat by the river with an old friend, just lost in the tranquillity, and now sat catching up on blog posts in the conservatory overlooking my garden and planning what I want to do with it this year a million miles away from the days of nightclub doors and my boys!



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:45:37

      Big Smiles Duma… really BIG SMILES :-D as I see how far you have come… Its lovely to see you here.. And the Universe must have heard my thoughts as last week I was thinking of you and here you are.. :-) Its good to plan, grow, and reap!… keep sowing my friend.. Keep sowing! :-) Hugs.. Sue



  8. prenin
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 16:56:54

    Yes, we must stay attuned to nature and to protect it! :)

    I don’t get out much these days, but I am never far from green growth and trees!!! :)

    Love and squishy hugs! :)




  9. starproms
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 17:18:46

    Lovely pictures Sue. We went out walking today too. In our case it was down to the canal to watch the barges on the river – delightful.



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:41:32

      How lovely Oma, nothing beats the tranquillity of watching river life.. and I love those old barges that just glide in silence with no rush… Lovely to see you.. And loved your flowers in your garden too.. I saw them via my phone, will be around shortly to comment.. :-) xxx Sue



  10. Lucy
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 20:16:59

    So enjoyed this Sue, your words resonate deeply with me and are often a theme I write about as well :)) Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful thoughts and the images are so wonderful to see (especially from an Australian perspective).

    Today I’ll be enjoying a walk in the bushland near my home.

    With gratitude
    Lucy xo



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:38:03

      I hope you enjoyed your walk in the bushland Lucy, our lands are far apart, but we each need to connect via our Earth Mother as she shares her gifts in her diverse ways across the World.. Thank you for taking the time to view and read.. I so appreciate your visits.. And marvel at how we all connect from our various homes around the globe.. :-) Thank you .. Sue xox



  11. lavendermoongirlblog
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 21:37:47

    What lovely photographs Sue, I get the feeling that you felt restored after your walk in nature. It is interesting how our old industrial landscapes are reclaimed by nature and restore the countryside so that we can once again enjoy it. Hugsxx:-)



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:34:18

      Yes Lavender Girl I really did feel rejuvenated.. The Sun certainly restores and revitalisers our energy. Especially after our long wet winter.. And yes its good that so many old unsightly slag heaps have been restored back to Mother Nature.. If she has a helping hand it doesn’t take her long to rebuild that which we have tore down.. :-) Have a really good weekend my friend.. xx Sue xox



  12. jacksjottings
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 02:05:50

    Appreciation of nature is a prayer of thanks.
    That brings blessings of peace and joy.



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:26:15

      Thank you Jack, I was brought up appreciating nature Jack.. as my Dad would sooner always be out doors than in.. He taught me about the birds, mushrooms gathering, and I was helping him grow our own Veggies from aged 6.. He taught me to watch the ‘Signs’ in nature too.. the migrating birds.. the Berries on the trees… And they never fail to bring me Peace and Joy.. :-) Thank you for your encouraging words Jack..



      • jacksjottings
        Mar 16, 2014 @ 08:22:23

        I escaped the class room till I was 7 years old.
        I ran bare foot with my dog Pinto in the the Aussie bush. learning to love natute and her creatures. How luckey am I. Sue ?
        You are are fortunate too you have your allotment to cultivate.
        Keep looking after the things that bring you Peace and Joy and you will be an inspiration to all that read your. blog..



        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Mar 16, 2014 @ 09:21:14

          We are indeed Blessed to be living the lives we do.. And thank you for its readers such as your good self who help me realise my blog is worthwhile :-) And I hope those who land upon my pages may find something to take away with them.. As you always leave me your energy of spirit which is a great joy to have upon my posts :-)



  13. Aquileana
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 03:10:37

    Beautiful post and truly inspiring… You are right, Sue, we should try to connect more often with “Earth Mother”… Well said, thanks for the message. Best wishes, Aquileana :)



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:22:19

      Dear Aquileana, thank you so much, Its seems an age since we had some warm Sun upon our faces and these past few days while I have had some time off work, I have been making the most of it.. I am happy you enjoyed reading .. Take care and enjoy your weekend :-) Love to you Sue xox



  14. gingerfightback
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 07:48:39

    Absolutely Sue!



  15. Ruth Nina Welsh
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 11:47:55

    Beautiful Sue and I couldn’t agree with you more. Hope you have a lovely weekend, love xx



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:19:38

      Hi Ruth, and still I have not caught up with your latest post.. I have had lots of relaxing time this week.. And just hope this sore throat I woke up with this morning goes back where it came from… Typical once you let your guard down, in creeps a cold… I hope your weekend is relaxing as we enjoy some Spring Sun .. :-) much love and take care Ruth.. Love Sue xox



  16. From the Desk of MarDrag
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 13:29:20

    Wonderful post…and so true. Lovely pictures! Have a delightful weekend. Blessings!



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 14, 2014 @ 16:16:22

      Thank you Mar, its been a delightful few days, where I have walked, sat reading in the Sun, baked, and just rested… I am pleased you enjoyed the walk with me.. Enjoy your weekend also :-) Big Hugs.. Sue xox



  17. IdealisticRebel
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 17:13:19

    I like this post very much. You do well reminding us of what we need to remember about taking care of Mother Earth. You are a daughter of the planet. Hugs, Barbara



  18. IdealisticRebel
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 17:15:54

    Reblogged this on idealisticrebel and commented:
    We are children of Mother Earth



  19. europasicewolf
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 19:09:32

    Lovely uplifting post Sue :) I give thanks everyday right now for the beautiful super-early spring weather we’re experiencing and even more so that it follows what for my part of the world, has been a very short and mild winter :) This morning was foggy when I left for work – it cleared soon after to leave a beautiful sunny day, but I was treated to the sight of a very early morning Full Moon. It was a fascinating sight offered by mother nature, in my book…a huge round totally white disk so sharp in the sky it looked photoshopped!!! The foggy sky completely obscured any surface detail but left a muted-light moon that I have never seen before and it was lovely! Odd to say considering it was simply a softly glowing circle of white in the fog but it felt like a privilege to view it that way. My favourite spring mornings are those when the sky is already blue and the sun up and the Moon is hanging calm and peaceful in the morning spring – great viewing!! xx



  20. Cathy
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 19:28:28

    Lovely post :-)



  21. Lois Field
    Mar 15, 2014 @ 01:20:38

    Sue, most of our ground is still snow covered what is peeking out is muddy so I can’t get into my field but I have been outdoors spending as much time as I can on our warmer days. It’s good to hear the birds again and I spotted a wooly bear (caterpillar) on the road which I had to save. :-) I couldn’t figure out how he survived until a neighbor informed me he had a few take up residence in his apartment over winter. I am looking forward to more nice days where I can run my toes through the grass again and feel the sun beating down on me.



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 15, 2014 @ 12:00:36

      Lois, I so feel for you over there, it seems Winter has been relentless this year.. And I know how we felt to have the Sun shine at last.. We have seen between us around 4 butterflies over the last few days.. So I hope your Little wooly bear caterpillar finds some shelter and enough to eat and keeps warm.. :-) We have also seen a number of ladybugs too we didnt spot many last year.. So We hope they will flourish as they eat the aphids :-).. But we have planted some loopins in the allotments this year, as Black fly love to swarm on them.. So we hope they find the flowers a tasty treat rather than our Veggies :-)… xxx



      • Lois Field
        Mar 16, 2014 @ 23:00:55

        Sue, I think winter is losing hold here. We are expecting a few slightly warmer days and the bitter cold days are becoming fewer and fewer. Today it’s below freezing as we expect tomorrow to be as well, but then we are expectiving 4 days of nice weather.

        We are seeing the birds again and today I went out for a few minutes to find several walking around the field looking for food. It made my day.

        I hope we get to see more ladybugs and butterflies this year as the last few there have been mostly absent.

        I like you idea to control the black flies but not sure I would try it as I’d be afraid of attracting them to my garden. Love to hear how it works for you.



        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Mar 18, 2014 @ 14:12:13

          I am pleased to hear Winter is losing its grip.. Here we had I feel a false sense of Spring, Last week very Spring like and warm.. Now the showers have returned and the biting wind.. We could now be in for some winter weather as hail and snow have been forecast to cause showers here and there.. The heating is back up!.. And I will let you know how the Lupins go?.. :-) The idea is to attract them but away from the crops.. Its an old gardeners tip.. So we shall see… We were smothered in White fly last year.. The Cabbages and Kale took a beating!.. We have some seeds already germinating in window sills.. And the Shallots are put in.. :-) I need to take photos for a blog update..



          • Lois Field
            Mar 19, 2014 @ 05:29:15

            Yes, we are expecting few days of winter too, but the breaks are getting longer which is good. I took the children out today and told their parents the children would sleep good tonight, but the fresh air has made me sleepy too. :-)

            Monday it was too cold to be outside so I had the little ones help plant a few seeds inside. They were so excited to play in dirty. My granddaughter kept telling me how much she missed dirt. :-) We started radishes and the next cold day we will start some of the tomatoes.



  22. Ruchira Khanna
    Mar 15, 2014 @ 14:35:33

    I agree…enjoy nature while you can cause the state at which we are going…alas! that will become pictures in glossy magazines

    have a good weekend, Sue



  23. becca givens
    Mar 15, 2014 @ 23:08:25

    Uplifting share, Sue!!
    I am reading a book, and gorse is repeatedly used — nice to know what it is!! :D
    Wishing you a blessed remainder of the weekend! xoxo



  24. shamanictracker
    Mar 16, 2014 @ 19:55:58

    Sunshine is back into my world as well and I am de-lighted :)
    There are always to connect with nature, even in big cities. I am blesses to live on a beautiful lake but I also have my favorite sequoia tree.
    Thanks for reminding us that we are all part of the Mother. Hope you had a wonderful sunny weekend xox



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 18, 2014 @ 14:29:25

      Dear Shamanictracker.. How lovely to live on a beautiful lake.. and to have your favourite spot… I had to look up a sequoia Tree and they are HUGE :-) Amazing to press your back against .. I can only imagine the energy felt.. Wonderful!! :-) xxx



  25. Valentine Logar
    Mar 17, 2014 @ 17:00:46

    Talk about disconnected, I am that but for a good reason (shhhh, my new grandson was born last Thursday :)

    You are so right Sue, we all do truly need to disconnect and then reconnect. I am trying, but honestly it is difficult right now. It seems the only way to connect with my friends is through electronic means.



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 18, 2014 @ 13:55:40

      Aww Val, how wonderful, such good news and just what is needed in your life right now.. And its so good to ‘reconnect’ and I am so thankful of my Friends via the electronic route… I sometimes feel they care more than the ‘in-flesh’ variety! :-) .. Sending you a Big Hug and give an extra Hug to that new little boy! :-) xxx



  26. Enigma
    Mar 20, 2014 @ 02:10:53

    Beware with Carmeta, the copy & paste witches, first they admit you in her private blog, then copy your articles and drawings, and later, if you complain, she fire you.
    She has 3 blogs with diferent names, carmetaparalosamigos, isabelamor, Gaviota, etc.



    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Mar 20, 2014 @ 10:35:00

      Thank you for the tip off my good friend… Its sad those who fail to think for themselves.. I feel sorry for them that they steal others works…
      While I have copyright I always think like this… What goes around comes around,, and it will profit them not in the long run… I have had my suspicions of past people who then block you out.. as they hold your works.. :-) But if my messages are being read , even if another steals… Then my words were given from the Universe, so are being shared by the Universe.. I need no recognition… to know the Truth of its origins… For in my heart I would know I co-created it… and their heart they would know they stole it.. Nothing is gained by these people who only cheat on themselves..

      Blessings dear Enigma…. and Thank you xox Love Sue xox



  27. aussieian2011
    Mar 23, 2014 @ 07:17:36

    A truly beautiful blog Sue, if everyone could realise the positive feedbacks we get from blending with nature.
    My whole personality and emotional feelings change when I am on one of my adventures, especially to places not yet discovered, the spirit comes alive.



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