What is Earth asking of us? What is Earth’s dream?

Earth Day is an annual event dedicated to raising awareness about environmental issues and promoting sustainability efforts worldwide.

We invite you, in acknowledgment of Earth Day this past weekend, to spend some time attuning to Earth. Touch her soil, smell her flowers, feel her breezes. Open to the present moment with Earth. Tap into Earth’s Desire. After this experience of attunement, we encourage you to create an Earth Dream Counsel. An Earth Dream Counsel is collecting different leaves, flowers, dirt, rocks, and sticks and placing them in a small space on the ground that calls to you. In this space, each object can represent figures from your personal dream counsel or life. Please share an image of your Earth Dream Counsel on Dream Tending’s Facebook page here.

In community, we can then see each other’s Earth Dream Counsels, share our experiences, and act as archetypal environmental activists on behalf of Earth’s desire.


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A quote that resonated with me this week…

“Let us permit nature to have her way. She understands her business better than we do.”
– Michel de Montaigne

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Stephen Aizenstat

Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., is the founder of Dream Tending, Pacifica Graduate Institute, and the Academy of Imaginal Arts and Sciences. He is a world-renowned professor of depth psychology, an imagination specialist, and an innovator. He has served as an organizational consultant to major companies and institutions, and as a depth psychological content advisor to Hollywood film makers. He has lectured extensively in the U.S., Asia, and Europe. He is affiliated with the Earth Charter International project through the United Nations, where he has spoken. Professor Aizenstat is the Chancellor Emeritus and Founding President of Pacifica Graduate Institute. He has collaborated with many notable masters in the field including Joseph Campbell, James Hillman, Marion Woodman, and Robert Johnson.