Dare to Be Wild

Dare to be Wild

I hope you had a chance to see the movie Dare to Be Wild. 

My mom often told me she wished see could see the world through my eyes. This movie truly reflects the part of me that feels about and sees nature the way Mary Reynolds does. She sees the light and spirit in nature and she feels the wild. In addition, her life story is a very real and clear demonstration of how she consciously uses the prosperity principles of Love, higher purpose, prayer, courage, overcoming fear, trust, persistence, affirmation, joy, focus, Mother Nature, the spirit of the hawthorn, sharing her dream with the world and her inner child’s lighthearted innocence and childhood wishes.

Mary’s love of the “wild” and wanting to save it gives her the idea to get accepted to present her wild atmosphere landscape design at the Chelsea Flower Show in England. This very prestigious event only accepts eight participants out of 2,000 who apply. As the story unfolds we see that every part of her endeavor is going to require multiple miracles and perseverance along the way to bring it to fruition. 

For us, creating and manifesting our dreams, I feel the most important thing is to have a big enough dream to put our whole heart in, and a dream that is our higher purpose. One  that can be supported by Nature, Spirit and Divine Love will have the most power. As Mary tells us, Nature and Man are one. Your dreams may contain wild nature in the form you choose. Your expression may contain nature just in the fact that you are nature.

We have officially entered the Aquarian Age. The hallmarks of creating Heaven on Earth in this time are all present in this movie. Love, Oneness with Nature and our community, creativity, sharing our gifts and talents and working in groups with other like-minded people with whom we resonate.

These are some of the prosperity principles that I received from this story. I hope you will give me yours in the comment section below.

Mary used the power of affirmation and gratitude from the beginning of her project. She had her affirmation in plain view for the times when she was discouraged: “Thank you for my gold medal in landscape design at the Chelsea Flower Show.” We often use our affirmations in things that don’t really matter to us. It’s important to have our affirmation in plain view that we see often, and that we really care about and intend to create.

Mary often says, “Believe it has happened, and it has happened.” Her belief and commitment is unwavering. She puts a photograph of herself and the builder she needs in her magic box at the base of the hawthorn tree and asks it for help.

At one setback where her employer steals her designs, she could have given up and given in to any of a few negative energies that could have kept her down and bitter. With encouragement and support from her friends, she kept going and let go of the harm done to her.

It’s easy to see in her success story that each time she went forward with determination and willingness she was supported by nature, her high self, synchronicities, her hawthorn tree, friends and miracles– lots of Divine Miracles.

If you use these principles for yourself, I do believe you will also create and demonstrate many miracles.

I took the photos in this article while vacationing in the Grand Tetons at the Gros Ventre campground. I felt the wild nature and the wild flowers. They are small but carry the feeling and atmosphere of the place.

Dare to be Wild

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