By having Sierra at home, not only was I finally able to simply experience transition and birthing, but I was able to experience it with a sense of peace and control due to the personal strength and perseverance developed through struggling with every contraction that prepared me along the way. Nature was able to take its own path and adjust to the needs and challenges being experienced by not just my mind, body, and soul, but also my child's. It seems to me that Sierra needed me to release my ego and to realize the strength that can be found in true gratitude for life in order to become her mother. Natural processes such as childbirth are put forth so that we might discover a bit of wisdom by letting go of fear and control, and by continuing to greet life with acceptance, true observation, and gratitude.Read More
Make sure to return to the gallery as I continue to add in all the projects that have already been completed this last spring from the Project Cultivation Course and from Crestwood's Garden Gnome Summer Camp.
To begin Permacognition's collection of projects, which are being completed by participants of all ages, let's start by highlighting Jill Lanier's Living With Intent Project. She recently completed her first Permacognition project using the Project Cultivation Course that was hosted online through Permiekids this last April.
Check out the following links to learn all about her project:
- Living with Intent Project Page
- Permiekids Podcast About Her Project
- Living With Intent Project Cultivation Synthesis
- Jill's With Intent blog
- Jill's Permie Peeks blog