Way #25: Nature’s Currency: Change
The short video below brings indigenous ceremonial leader Arkan Lushwala back to 30 days/30 ways speaking about what it takes to actually make change. He highlights the need to prioritize taking care of life, and having the discipline and commitment to take into consideration the impact of our actions on future generations.
Watch the video below and then reflect: What changes are you ready to make in your life so that you are acting on behalf of future generations?
If you are willing, share what comes up for you in the comments below.
Why Do This Way?
The actions we’ve looked at this month invite each of us to step into something new—to take on new actions and new ways of being.
Change, however, can be hard.
What is it that enables us to break out of our routines and take a new direction? Arkan suggests our responsibility for the continuity of life. We say that’s a pretty powerful motivator!
Engaging with This Way
“Indigenous people always see seven generations ahead, that the consequences of what we do today are going to affect seven generations to come.“ – Arkan Lushwalla
What an amazing concept for us in the modern world to contemplate. Enjoy this and other key messages in the video below from Arkan.
What changes are you ready to make in your life so that you are acting on behalf of future generations?