Excerpts From The Tao Of Pooh

By: elvenstoneandfairy

Aug 18 2010

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Excerpt From The Tao Of Pooh
Thousands of years ago, man lived in harmony with the rest of the natural world.  Through what we would today call Telepathy, he communicated with animals, plants and other forms of life – none of which he considered “beneath” himself, only different, with different jobs to perform.  He worked side by side with earth angels and nature spirits, with whom he shared responsibility for taking care of the world.
The killing of animals for food or “sport” was unthinkable.  Man lived at peace with himself and the various life forms, whom he considered his teachers and friends.  However Ego began to grow and assert itself and the consensus was reached that man should go out into the world alone, to learn a necessary lesson.  The connections were broken.  Feeling alienated from the world he was no longer able to hear what other life forms were saying.  Because he was no longer cooperating with the earth angels and nature spirits for the good of all, but was attempting to manipulate the earth forces for his own benefit alone, plants began to shrivel and die.  Because of the decreasing variety of food available to him – and his growing insensitivity – man began to kill and eat his friends and animals.  They soon learned to flee from his approach and became increasingly shy and suspicious of human motives and behaviour.  And so the separation grew.  After several generations, few people had any idea of what life had once been like.
Despite the fact that quite a few people have seen and communicated with earth angels and nature spirits, and that more than one spiritual community has grown luscious fruits and vegetables by cooperating with them and following their  instructions, descriptions of these beings are dismissed as fairy tales.
However a number of pre-Separation skills, beliefs and practices have been preserved through North American Native Teachings, stone circles, leylines and many secret practices of Buddhism, Shinto, Taoism, Celtism and the Essenes.


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