Green.  It's the all the rage: green juice, green sustainability, green thinking.  Green is ecological, eco - logical and eco is definitely IN. As the Green Wood Horse thunders in, my thoughts and heart turn to green: the green grass, drinking green juice, being green, living green.  What is that, to live green? To live in harmony with the earth. Our society seems to be turning more toward this green, harmonious living like recycling, reusing, refraining from too much consumption.  A variety of 'green' products and organic options are found in supermarket aisles.  Bamboo cotton, recycled clothing, solar lighting are trending more everyday. However, is there some deeper meaning to being in harmony with the earth?  What does that really mean? I don't think buying a 'greener' product, or substituting organic rice for regular is enough to really enable full harmony with our environment. Being in harmony with the earth means, ultimately, being in harmony with ourselves.   Our bodies, minds, hearts are simply another expression of the earth, just a a tree is, a dog, a cloud, an ocean.  Those things don't try to 'be green.' They naturally express themselves and there is a harmony that exudes from that natural expression. In our current culture, many of us seem to be lacking harmony, searching for a way back to center to our hearts, a way to find balance.  The recent death of Philip Seymour Hoffman struck me.  His death, like so many others, even friends of mine put a spotlight on the shadowy reality of life way out of balance.  There is a strong rise in addiction and deaths connected to many kinds of pharmaceutical drugs.  This is such an extreme way to live life, that we are in so [...]