Human relationships constantly create imprints, they leave traits of “human stuff” that we unload onto each other. Our imprints play a huge role in how we interrelate with others and influence our relationships and ways of interaction. Parents are imprinting their children, teachers their students. We have bad/good experiences that are memorized and then become “imprinted” and determine our actions and reactions in life. Beliefs and mind-sets (do’s and don’ts) are passed onto us while we grow up and subconsciously influence the way we interact and interrelate. Whenever people get together, meet in families, partnerships, business meetings, political debates, etc., this is the cause for a lot of dissonance: Often, the different imprints clash and interfere with the relationship and interaction. And because we are mostly unaware of them, they prevent true connection.
When we are in Nature, immerse ourselves in Nature, connect deeply with Nature, we get the “pure thing”. No imprints there. This is an immense help and eases the way while we learn and practice how to become aware of our imprints and to truly connect and to open up to different resonance fields and energies. Sit with a tree, talk with plants, animals… - they don’t carry imprints, hence, it is much easier to merge, to relate and to feel the connection. It will help you to distance your Self from your imprints.
All life is born aware of connection. When we humans are born, we generally feel this connection – it is part of our whole being and consciousness. Depending on our environment, on the physical, mental and spiritual energy fields we are born into, and our experiences, the feeling of interconnectedness and natural balance are either nourished or suppressed.
- We can re-activate that feeling and re-establish natural balance with games and exercises, immersing ourselves in nature, merging with the energy of other life forms and once again feel the oneness, the strong connection of all life.
- We can a) nurture and support our children to stay connected and b) also strengthen and grow their ability to open their channels through all sorts of different activities and experiences. A bit like training muscles: We all learn to walk by role modeling/imitating; some of us become marathon runners, some jog daily, some simply enjoy a leisurely walk every now and then – we all have different levels of how we practice running/walking. Like with everything else: the more we practice our “connection muscles” the more flexible they become.
It’s time to reintegrate these kinds of habits into our lives. Nature can be our biggest and purest teacher and help us to overcome our human “imbalances” and relationship issues :)