When wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park two decades ago, many things changed.
- The forests filled out in places where deer had over-grazed them.
- Smaller animals such as beavers, otters, songbirds and hawks flourished in the newly abundant ecosystem.
- And even the rivers changed course due to their shores being strengthened by plant growth.
Imagine what happens in our inner ecosystem when we reintroduce the Power of the Beloved.
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I love the metaphor of bringing a new power to our inner ecosystem. The wolves of our lives seem frightening, even disastrous, but to our overall journey they are the most beneficial of experiences. When we learn to feed the right ones, they become our pets — our helpers and can help change the course of the paths we tread.
What a fabulous expansion on the contemplation, Rudy. So true that the lower parts of ourselves can at first seem to hinder us, while soon they come to be our helpers. Love that!
Love this video and the way you applied it to our inner ecospheres and Rudy’s expansion on it. What we think, even with expanded awareness about our mind and other lower bodies being our enemy changes to it all serving us when purified and balanced with our Beloved’s Shabda flow, and it is up to us to do the re-introduction each day..
Beautifully said, Sheila. Yes, we do the reintroduction each day!