How to Partner With Nature ~ A Timely New Program

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Evidence is everywhere about what happens when you don't know how to partner with Nature; the Gulf oil spill is just the latest episode of human failure in this regard. A newly released program aims to change how we work with Nature, as co-creative partners for a sustainable future. Free report reveals what you need to know, to prevent catastrophic changes for the earth and its inhabitants.

"Humans have forgotten how to be respectful partners with Nature, but it's not too late to learn." Nancy Boyd

The Gulf oil spill is but the latest devastating evidence of how far humans have to go in being not only good caretakers of our planet, but also effective partners with Nature to co-create a sustainable future for everyone. A timely new program, How To Partner With Nature, aims to change how people work with Nature, so that we can become effective partners in creating safe new ways to achieve all our goals and aspirations.

How To Partner With Nature trains people in all the preparatory steps and techniques that are needed in order to become effective, respectful co-creators with Nature. The program consists of sixteen weeks of lessons and includes interviews with experts who are already working co-creatively with Nature; a membership site for sharing with others of like mind; a discussion forum; and multimedia training materials.

Just as the program was ready to release, the Gulf oil spill happened -- pointing once again to the overwhelming need for better ways to do things. The new program, How To Partner With Nature, shows people how to work co-creatively with Nature not only for projects that will impact our natural resources, but also for every other form of manifestation.

The new program is the latest creation of Bright Wings, Inc., a Briarcliff Manor, NY, empowerment company that "serves people who are up to something good," according to founder Nancy Boyd. "We wanted to create something that would have a major impact on our world. Because so many people have been asking for training in this area, we chose to co-create it, using the techniques we teach," said Boyd.

To learn more about How To Partner With Nature, readers can download a free report at the web site, and can join the membership site as a basic member at no cost. A paid option will be offered at a low introductory price, for a limited time only.

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