Did you know that the average adult makes approximately 35,000 remotely conscious decisions each day? Every day we are bombarded with choices – from what to eat for breakfast to which products we choose to buy – this grants us a powerful opportunity to make a huge impact on our own lives, as well as the life of the planet. Take the plastic straw for example. Have you ever stopped to wonder how many plastic straws get used and thrown away each day in the United States? The answer is over 500 million! These small, seemingly mundane choices, like whether to accept a straw or not – are the decisions that will have the greatest impact on our planet.
We Choose How Our Future Will Look:
The power of choice is an amazing opportunity to take ownership for the kind of life you want for yourself, your community and the entire planet. As a collective, we can all make improvements in being more compassionate and loving towards ourselves and others, to be kinder to our planet, as it is supporting every aspect of our very existence – and in turn, utilizing the power of our daily choices to support our planet in return. We only have one planet, there is no Planet B! We are in a critical time in our existence, with an extremely short window for change, to save our precious planet. Every single action you take is dictating the future our planet and future generations to come. Our 100+ Ways to Heal The Planet is a call to action for every single person to be informed of our current environmental realities – that, as consumers, we have the power to change. We encourage you to revisit our 100+ Ways frequently, adding small changes to your every day life, that will make a huge impact on the health of our planet. We Love You All.
The Power of Choice:
- Manufacturers and retailers are strictly profit driven, producing only what consumers continually choose to purchase in mass. When we collectively commit to patronizing conscious companies with our hard-earned dollars, we can literally use this as power to shift our economy and directly Heal The Planet.
- It is critical to safeguard our planet, for our children and the future generations to follow.
- The health of the planet is each individual’s personal responsibility.
- “You are not the victim of the world, but rather the master of your own destiny. It is your choices and decisions that determine your destiny.” – Roy T Bennett
How can I make an impact:
Tier 1: Global Goodness
- Slow down. You are nature, connect with the oneness of all and use your intuition when making decisions. Do what is right for you, the planet, and future generations to come.
- Continuously remind yourself of the long term goal. What will the future impact be, and operate with mindfulness.
Tier 2: Planet Protector
- All of Action 1
- Make informed choices. Do your research and look at every angle before making an important decision. Many decisions currently made are detrimental to the health of the planet. Know which companies you support and your carbon footprint to make informed decisions.
- Take it one choice at a time. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and making conscious shifts in our daily choices won’t happen in a day. Start at a pace you are comfortable with. Research our 100+ Ways and choose a few topics that speak directly to you – then, implement a few of the ways to make an impact, every single day.
Tier 3: Earth Angel
- All of Action 1 & 2
- Vote with your dollar. Every time you purchase something, you are choosing whether you are for, or against, the wellbeing of others and our planet. Choose to consume consciously by supporting businesses that are working for the greater good and the betterment of our society and planet. Support those, who are working tirelessly, to support our future.
- Look for our upcoming “The Conscious Buyer” website where you can patronize companies who operate humanely, consciously, sustainably, and philanthropically. By supporting these companies we will Heal The Planet Together.
- “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”— Margaret Mead