"When we attend to our experiences not as intangible minds but as sounding, speaking bodies, we begin to sense that we are heard, even listened to, by the numerous other bodies that surround us. Our sensing bodies respond to the eloquence of certain buildings and boulders, to the articulate motions of dragonflies. We find ourselves alive in a listening, speaking world." (Abram, 1996, p. 86)

Perhaps it can be through creative expression (Lipsett, 2001, 2002),walking (Butala, 1994; 2002), dance, various forms of meditation (Bai, 2009), attending to synchronous events (Chopra, 2004), drumming (Behnsen, 2006; Harner & Doore, 1987), dreams (Bernard, 2007), or other daily ritual (Lipsett, 2001; Starhawk, 2004) that this generation can 'move beyond' (see Kumashiro, 2004) its autism to the many voices of Earth (Berry, 1988, 1999; Berry & Tucker, 2006).