What Would You Tell the Earth?

This  is the second week of Women’s Voices Rising, and the breakthroughs are continuing.

One of the exercises we did on Tuesday night was to write directly to the Earth.  That writing session allowed one of the women on the call to remember her deepest mission.

 After her writing and sharing, she not only remembered her mission, but felt the possibility of moving closer toward it….for the first time in a long time.

Writing can do this for you. Reconnect you with your deepest, truest self.

If you feel drawn to the class, you can still join, as of this week.  You can easily catch up by listening to the recordings.  You can find out more about the teleclass here:

Women’s Voices Rising

After next week, registration officially closes.

And, you can try this on your own:  set aside some time to write.  It doesn’t have to be a big chunk of time, but if helps if you decide in advance how much time.

I suggest twenty minutes, for this whole process.

And, I suggest you use a timer, to keep the time.

Get yourself centered and grounded, and connect with the presence of the earth under your feet.  Connect with your love for the earth, for something very particular: a body of water you love, the sunrise, watching a hawk fly…

Let yourself feel that love in your body.

Then:  turn to your writing, and allow your writing to address the earth, directly.  Take this phrase and write it down:

“What I always wanted to tell you is this…”

Your writing will be a completion of that phrase. When you start to write,  let whatever comes, come.

And ask your  writing to be directed to the earth.

See what magic happens for you!

And let me know, I’d love to hear about it.  Post your responses on the blog, and we can create a community of women writing in relationship with the earth!

And, if you feel called, you can still join this powerful seven week teleclass, and deepen your connection with your writing, the Earth, and the great community of women around the world, rising to claim their voices!


Blessings on all the songs and stories of your soul,

Debora Seidman