Cooking is not really my thing. But… recently I have started to enjoy watching others cook! And what I’ve noticed is that there are a lot of people who love to cook. They find it relaxing, a moment of meditation, a moment to be with themselves and empty their heads. People who enjoy cooking could just be “nature workers”. I wrote about them in my book “Why the Peace am I on Earth?”. This book has not yet been translated and published in English but will be next year. This is the part I mean:
“You feel at home in nature. You pick up rubbish in the outdoors. Or you understand animals. You are in contact with Mother Earth. As a nature worker, you help nature and want to protect it. You are aware of wrongdoing in nature, such as environmental issues. You dedicate yourself to cleaning up litter, to solving animals’ problems or to stopping wrongdoing such as breeding for fur or doing unnecessary experiments on animals. You have an understanding of Mother Earth and the planet. Maybe you initiate alternatives for the depletion of oil reserves by producing new types of materials for clothing or searching for alternative sources of energy and sharing them with other people. You organize vegetable gardens and grow your own vegetables. You’ve got a green thumb and know how to take care of plants and flowers. As a nature worker, being in nature provides you with intense joy; it causes your heart to glow!
MIR-Method for nature workers
With step 9 of the MIR-Method, you slowly but surely clarify your mission. It’s a good possibility that your mission involves nature work. Your love for cooking can be the clue for this. Maybe you grow your own vegetables and have known for a long time that self-grown tomatoes taste better. Or you enjoy cutting vegetables, the various forms that vegetables have and the smells that are released when you cut them into pieces and put them into the pan. All of nature’s colors in your pan are a feast for your eyes. It’s also possible that you are an “inventor” and particularly like experimenting. In any case, people whose mission is food, can do wonderful things with it. Who knows, maybe you recognize yourself in it!
And how about you? Are you a nature worker who likes working with food? Do you see any other possibilities for your mission? I’d love to hear about it!
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My wish for you is that you find great pleasure in working with natural foods!
Greetings, Mireille Mettes
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