In the mood for some inspirational reading: Check out my latest article featured on Unity.org:
Emily Dickinson suggested in one of her works that “Nature is what we see” and that image is the outpicturing of heaven itself. The final stanza is equally true:
Nature is what we know
But have no art to say,
So impotent our wisdom is
To Her simplicity.1
Emily Dickinson saw that the spirituality of her day was too complicated and called for a more natural spirituality—one that is both earth-centered and simple in its approach. This is equally true of our experience today. There is a natural order, yet we can make things complicated for those around us in our attempts to control and dominate our environment.
There is a natural flow within our lives as well, and as soon as we can tune into that frequency that is both around us in nature and within us spiritually, the closer we will be to peace. Our world is filled with clutter, noise, and distraction—things that contribute to feelings of disharmony.
Read the rest here at http://www.unity.org/resources/articles/natural-spirituality