Autumn – Nature’s Teacher

As I was walking in our local park recently I could not help but see the huge piles of leaves on the ground – the true expression of Autumn.

I noticed the variety of colours and how some leaves were comprised of different colours. The leaves were all different shapes as they had fallen from different trees.

The leaves had many different patterns etched onto them which formed from the different colours, shapes and textures.

Some leaves looked quite old while others looked freshly fallen. No matter the shape, colour, pattern or age, they all landed on the ground and formed this amazing magical carpet of colour.

You may be thinking – why is this relevant?

I know and feel the reflections of nature often in many parts of my life and know that nature is there to support and confirm me, so I wondered what this pile of leaves could be confirming for me at this moment. The answer was not long in coming…

  • The colours represent the many different ethnicities in the world and how they offer a different perspective on how to live, which may be evident in the food they eat, how they dress, and the traditions that they follow.
  • The shapes represent all the physical differences in our bodies with no shape being more superior than another. Every body carries its own beauty which comes from our innermost and is reflected out for others to feel.
  • The different patterns are our lifestyles which are the result of the choices we make in how we live our lives.
  • The different-aged leaves carry their own individual beauty and wisdom. The younger leaves reminded me of the innocence, the potential and the enthusiasm of youth with their bright fresh colours. Although the older leaves looked wrinkled and were crackly, their prominence in the leaf pile showed the dignity and grace of ageing before they returned to the land on their never-ending cycle of life.

However, it was the entire constellation of the pile of leaves lying on the ground on the same level which held the greatest joy for me, as I realised that it represented just how equal we really are regardless of our colour, shape, pattern of living or our age. The pile of leaves represents brotherhood on earth and this is only possible if we truly accept our differences and understand that although we come from different trees of life, we are all on the same journey, albeit at different stages, as we fully reconnect back to soul.

It is through the presentations and writings of Serge Benhayon that I understand that nature is reflecting truth to humanity constantly, and these reflections help us to understand how we are truly living on earth.

by Anne Hishon, Registered Nurse, partner to Peter and mother to Joshua and Ben.

Further Reading:
Living religion: my livingness is religion
A True Relationship with Nature
The Magic of Nature-the Magic of God And Me

 

504 thoughts on “Autumn – Nature’s Teacher

  1. Autumn, the ease in which leaves fall from the tree, how the tree lets go of the old is something I observe and love to take in. And the differences you’ve described so beautifully Anne are a great reflection for us. Nature is very supportive for us humans if we are willing to notice it.

  2. Whenever I feel the leaves falling to the ground during autumn, it reminds me of letting go of those old patterns and ways of life that just don’t work. And this is quite pertinent with the reflection the leaves bring which all feels like letting go of those things that get in the way of embracing the natural equality and beauty we all are and bring to each other, ourselves and the world.

  3. The magic of God is so magnificent as reflected by the gorgeous colours, movements and patterns of Autumn leaves. I experienced this myself this morning as I rustled amongst the leaves; what a joy. Thank you Anne for highlighting the divinity and joy of Autumn.

  4. Autumn shows us how letting go of the old allows a regeneration process for new growth and new beginnings to occur – and this principle of letting go to allow for the new can be applied to all facets of our lives.

  5. To be with nature and all it offer by way of reflection and symbolism is medicine for our body and wellbeing.

  6. Thank you Anne, I could never tire from the myriad of reflections nature offers us. It speaks a language of love that reminds us of our multidimensional nature in all expressions. It brings richness to life when we receive with our heart.

  7. The reflections in nature are always around us to confirm us and to ponder and learn from. The more awareness we build the deeper we are able to read and understand what is being offered as a reflection.

  8. Serge Benhayon recently presented how decency and respect need to form the core tenants to relationships and how this then supports us to live in a way with each other that brings understanding and then love.

  9. What I love about all the seasons is how it shows us to just be and allow all of the different stages of life to unfold as all a equally important.

  10. The season are a conformation of what Universal Medicine has been teaching for 18 years now and that is that life moves in circles not in a straight line. Just like the seasons cycle around, year after year, so does everything, the planet moves on circles around the sun and we move and return in order to keep learning that we are all equal and connected, that we are simply lost brothers, beautiful that you are able to receive Gods love and magic with such open arms.

  11. A beautiful sharing of your awareness Anne, of what nature is reflecting to us all the time, if we only but listen and observe the magic of God on show.

  12. ‘Leaf me out of this discussion’ as we are so much grander than nature, even though we are connected by our divine intuition to nature. As I ponder on humanity we do feel all the same it is only our perception from what we interpret through our eyes that creates the myriad of differences. Could it be as divine servant, nature gets a reflection from us that is lifting it to become more?

  13. Nature, as is God behind it, is constantly offering to us the precise messages we need to understand at each moment. The more I open to them, the more blessed and surrendered I feel.

  14. All in nature is a reflection for us and how we are choosing to live. Observing and reading nature will support us by either revealing to us that some of our living ways may need changing, or it will confirm for us that we are on the right track.

  15. Nature is indeed a profound teacher… In its magnificence, and in its ferocity, in its delicateness, and in its absolute beauty… it is always there is a reflection and a teacher

  16. The beauty of equality, true energetic equality, is that it cannot be felt if our whole innate being has not first and foremost appreciated the true quality that we have within. As equality is simply adding an e to our own quality.

  17. Nature allows us the opportunity to start to know ourselves for who we are, it is not the end of it for there is so much more to power of our true nature that supersede the everything that we can imagine when we live as true sons of God.

  18. There are two main patterns of movement. One in which you take the outside world at face value and as something alien to your own physicality. You apply the same rules in relation to you and the others. This way highlights separation. The other way is to see the outside world not as alien but as something that shares with us deep things. In other words, in this last way, we are part of something bigger that reminds us constantly so.

  19. This feels very beautiful – how observing our surrounding leads us to understand and appreciate ourselves more deeply. Nothing is ever nothing.

  20. I can relate to this as I was somewhere in the last couple of days that we walked under a tree canopy and you could see the leaf carpet that then turned into music from the sound of your feet moving into the leaves. It was so much cooler temperature wise and the mood was very different. It’s like changing the landscape completely and you could be anywhere and yet you are in the same place. I didn’t read the leaves to this depth but at the same time I appreciated what I was feeling and how at that time the leaves bought us a welcomed rest.

  21. Loved re-reading your post this Autumn Anne.Your analogy with life is spot on. “The different-aged leaves carry their own individual beauty and wisdom.” Gorgeous

  22. I love how nature always reflects to us how we can live the oneness of the pulse of the universe, as nature so effortlessly does. A forever reminder of how our greatest power is known through our surrender to our innate way of being. As it is only through living our Soulfulness that true Brotherhood will be lived.

  23. If we are willing to see and read the reflections not just in nature but in everything that comes our way we open ourselves up to opportunities that support us to learn about ourselves and others more deeply and therefore express a greater love in the universe.

  24. We most often appreciate the similarities between ourselves and others . To appreciate our differences is also very lovely and to feel the glory of us all together like the trees in autumn with so many colours, vibrant and ever changing.

  25. We all come from the same source and we all return to the same source and how we live in-between will never change that truth no matter how hard we try , we are all one from the one.

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