The Language of Nature
“Mushroom Mycelium represents rebirth, rejuvenation, regeneration. Fungi generate soil that gives life. The task that we face today is to understand the language of Nature. My mission is to discover the language of the fungal networks that communicate with the ecosystem. And I for one believe that Nature is intelligent.
The fact that we lack the language skills to communicate with nature does not in pune the concept that nature is intelligent, it speaks to our inadequacy of our skillset for communication. We have now learned that there are these languages that are occurring and communication between each organism.
If we don’t get our act together and come in commonality and understanding with the organisms that sustain us today, not only will we destroy those organisms but we will destroy ourselves. We need to have a paradigm shift in our consciousness. What will it take to achieve that?
If I die trying but I’m inadequate to the task to make a course change in the evolution of this planet…okay I tried. The fact is I tried. How many people are not trying. If you knew that every breath you took could save hundreds of lives into the future had you walked down this path of knowledge, would you run down this path of knowledge as fast as you could.
I believe nature is a force of good. Good is not only a concept it is a spirit. So hopefully the spirit of goodness will survive.” — Paul Stamets. Quote from: Fantastic Fungi: The Forbidden Fruit Trailer.