Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The Power To Make Big Change


If you are already a passionate organic consumer, or one who is just unearthing the value of organics, or even unaware and wonder what all the fuss is about, then I ask that you please take a moment to sit and watch this easy to digest short clip. It is about our power as consumers to make choices and the value in supporting organic farmers and buying organic products.

The thing is when making the choice to start buying organic it is quite an exciting new world and you begin to become more in tune to the rhythms of the weather, the seasons and of course your body. You feel better and you flourish more. It is quite profound.

If you don't already I challenge you to see how many organic products you can start to purchase.  Please do share and tell me how you feel from making this amazing change.

We have power in every cent we spend and every cent we spend is a message. The more of our money we put into ethical farming and clean products, that are good for human and environmental health then the less damage we create and we begin to allow our system to restore and flourish once more.

Once again we realise we do have the power to make big change!

Much power to all of you sweet people..xx

6 comments:

  1. Absolutely, we should all flex our power to influence how our food is produced and distributed through our ethical buying choices!

    But one of the dilemmas I often ponder is whether it is better to buy something that is locally-grown but not organic, or organic but not local (when faced with the option) -?? Both contribute to reduced carbon emissions (one through reduced transportation, the other through reduced chemical fertiliser use), both would be expected to be more nutrient dense, and one is chemical-free while the other supports local producers and local food distribution...

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    1. Yes I know, i try to be smart and if the organic product was made in italy or something then i try to be smart and buy the most local option. There is no one rule really is there. Howveer I feel even if our funs go to organic globally I feel more rested? Make sense to you? Thanks so so much for your wise words and feedback. Love it!

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  2. This is very timely as I'm just writing a post about the permaculture principle "self-regulation", which of course relates to making changes in our own lives to regulate our consumption of resources. This is a great example of a small change that can make a huge difference. If I can't buy organic, I at least try to grow it myself :)

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    1. Oh go you yes, yes i think we are on the same page for sure. Every bit counts and sounds like you are doing a magic job of making a greener world...xxx

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  3. You are wonderful...Yep! You totally rock and inspire me to do more. Keep up the hard work....the message that you are sending is so very important for the world to hear. Thank you!

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  4. I totally agree, we vote with our wallets and the more people buying organic and local, then we are stepping towards a better world. It is empowering and exciting. For those who feel they can't afford buying everything organic, there are those great lists of what are the most important foods/vegetables/fruit etc to buy organic. Keep up the awesomeness, wonderful you. xxxx

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