Friday, December 5, 2014

Return to the Sacred

Haybales in Fields, Fairfield County SC by Teri Leigh Teed
There is a great awakening taking place on our planet Earth, and it is focused within each one of us. There is a growing recognition among humans that realizes that we are all connected – humans, animals, plants, Earth. This recognition is what some are calling The Shift, referring to the shift in consciousness that is caused by humans waking up spiritually and realizing we cannot continue to live the way we are without causing an end to our planet and to everyone and everyone who lives on Earth.

Haybales, Fairfield County SC by Teri Leigh Teed

Returning to the native knowledge inherent in indigenous cultures is helping to reconnect to our basic instincts – how to live in a way that supports ourselves and our planet in harmony and with respect for all life. This is a return to the sacred, and it is necessary for all to survive and thrive.

November Haybales in Fields, Fairfield County SC
by Teri Leigh Teed

Sustainable agriculture is a return to the sacred. Respecting our planet and revitalizing the soil for our crops is the beginning for the miraculous cycle of returning vital minerals to the land, which in turn revitalizes the plants we eat, which revitalizes our own bodies. 

November Haybales, Fairfield County SC by Teri Leigh Teed
When we listen to our inner self, the God within each of us, our souls speak to us and we are guided to live in harmony with each other and our Earth.  By following our hearts and choosing the right path for ourself, we live in service to others as well ourselves. We become contributors instead of just consumers.

So choose something that is important to you, like healthy food, and focus your energies on helping make that sustainable for the next seven generations. To read more about how you can make a difference, visit and check out a movie called Origins, and

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Healing Art Inspired by the Natural Beauty of South Carolina

November Reflections, Goodale State Park, South Carolina
Teri Leigh Teed Fine Art Photography

A wonderful article about me by Renee Phillips, director of Manhattan Arts International, has appeared on its blog.  In the article “Teri Leigh Teed's Photographs Capture Her Reverence for Nature", she has written:

"Through her photographic images Teed brings viewers to positive, contemplative and calming places that transcend the physical realm.

Her art is life-affirming and reveals the presence of a divine power greater than us can be felt in a powerful visceral manner.

She has written, “Sometimes the seemingly ordinary, seen in detail or in a different light, can open us to the possibilities that surround us. We need only open our hearts and minds, and our eyes will find them.”

Please read the article at Manhattan Arts International Featured Artists