Sade, Women and Nature

There is so much power in music and Sade is a living testament. Her words vibrate through my soul and feed my mind, body and spirit in many ways. One’s choice of music can truly have an impact on their character and overall life. As a young teenager, listening to Sade, I learned the significance of nature. I began to understand that there was no separation between me and my environment. This awareness allowed me to acknowledge my true feminine power.

Sade recognizes the connection between women and nature. In many of her videos, she portrays herself as Mother Earth. She is either under the sea, on top of a mountain or in the middle of the desert. No matter where she is, it’s most likely amongst nature. There is no separation between her and her surroundings. Sade humanizes nature. Reminding us that Mother Nature is alive, she is here and present with us, at all times.

The essence of nature is feminine

The term “Mother Nature” is not used by coincidence… A female’s womb creates life and so does nature. The ways in which a nurturing mother supports her child, through pregnancy, breast feeding and pure affection, is closely linked to the support nature provides for us and all other species. From fruits, vegetables, to the air that we breathe, nature is always here to be our loving mother. She responds to us and is constantly evolving with us.

“When women reassert their relationship with the wildish nature, they are gifted with a permanent and internal watcher, a knower, a visionary, an oracle, an inspiratrice, an intuitive, a maker, a creator, an inventor, and a listener who guides, suggests and urges life in the inner and outer world.” – Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Below I added two of my favorite music videos by Sade. In the first video, called ‘No Ordinary Love’ she represents herself as Mother Earth. In the second video ‘Paradise’ she reveals herself as a nurturing mother. Aside from this, her words are influential and soulful. I hope these videos resonate with you as they do with me. Xoxo

One response to “Sade, Women and Nature”

  1. I love those videos too! And I think they are a great way to emphasize this post.
    And I think I know why I love nature so much! 🙂

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