More and more we hear about an urgent environmental situation. These voices started to sound long time ago but usually we don't try to listen to them. Now these sounds become louder. More people can recognize them. Human voices start to join this call, and now we can understand what they try to tell us. They tell us about reality. The reality we try to avoid with all of our strength. Still most of these voices are marginalized as they don't belong to a common type of symbolic language. These voices and signs belong to nature as an interconnected web of life. We believe that rivers, animals, trees, and mushrooms can talk with us and we try to give them a chance to be heard.
To hear these voices we should pass a journey. We should return to our roots, turn to our memory, our senses and bodies to change the way of our understanding. We refuse to see things which are in front of us. Returning the lost ability to hear and to see atypical voices and signs of human and non-human communication is our way to restore connections bounding us with the Sacred Web of Life.
A modern civilized man is separated from nature by language. Languages of non-human entities such as Forest exist in different rhythmics and on a different level of complexity comparing to languages familiar to us. Now the "language" of the interaction of our civilization with forest varies from an axe to a forestation: trees are planted in neat rows which complexity level has nothing in common with the real forest.