San Rafael, CA, March 30, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- In conjunction with Earth Day on April 22nd, Access Physical Therapy is hosting a workshop to consider new possibilities of how to be a contribution to the earth.
"If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
"Your point of view creates your reality. If you could change your point of view, might that change anything on the planet? Or could it possibly change everything?
"Global weather changes, toxic waste in our water and food. What have decades of fixed points of view, frustration and anger created on planet earth? What if the most toxic waste on the planet was the wrongness, anger and sadness created every day?
"The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the result of years of accumulated plastic garbage, churning around the Pacific Ocean. Is that working for anyone? It is easy to be angry or despondent, but what if that only contributes to the problem? What else is possible here?" Glenna Rice MPT owner of Access Physical Therapy.
"I personally would not like to see this planet be consumed and turned into a pile of rubble and that is pretty much where we are going at this point in time, but fighting to save it isn’t going to work either, when you fight to save something all you do is create the polarity that creates an equal and opposite reaction in the other direction.
"If you recognize that you can create more consciousness on the planet then there could be a potential for a stewardship that could change everything.
"For me it is about the stewardship we should have of earth which is the honoring of it, not the use and abuse of it. If we have to create a consumption of it are we using and abusing it or are we honoring it? Right now we are using it and abusing it and it doesn’t have to happen. A stewardship would be a recognition that you don't actually own the land and the willingness to ask the land what it wants.
"There are a thousand ways that we can be a contribution," Gary Douglas, Founder of Access Consciousness.
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For additional information about Gary Douglas, Dr Dain Heer and Access Consciousness: www.accessconsciousness.com
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For additional information about the class, please contact:
Glenna Rice, MPT
Access Physical Therapy