Earth Day (annually celebrated on April 22) is a day to recommit to our responsibility towards our home and reconnect with the natural elements and all the creatures large and small that live within our fragile eco-system.
While created for Earth Day, this plan can easily be used year-round. You can focus the plan on being grounded and stable, like the earth. Or you may choose to focus on the various forms of energy the earth provides. Endangered species can also be a topic of focus, making the plan itself something you can reuse and recycle! Symbols next to each class element indicate these different aspects of the practice.
Focused on earth/groundedness practices, different kinds of energy and endangered species.
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