about deb – inspired to co-create this website

Hi there – I’m deb.  Here, you’ll find out a bit about me, and why I was inspired to co-create this We Love Our Earth website.

image of love of wildernessJust like you, I love this beautiful blue-green planet we’re living on… That makes it tough to see all the hurt and damage to our earth…

To our lovely earth… To all the incredible diversity of animals… And to the unnecessary suffering of people.

As a trauma therapist with over 30 years of experience, working with highly stressed-out children and their families, I’ve learned a lot… both about suffering and about what helps heal it.

I’ve also worked over the past 8 years as a sound healer, working primarily with vibration and frequencies.  This combination re-trains the human brain away from stress, and into states of joy, deep relaxation, and expanded creativity.

My biggest passion these days is supporting us all in learning to live multi-dimensionally, rather than feeling ‘stuck’ in polarized (4th dimensional) ways of experiencing life on Earth.  My ‘mission’ now, having learned a lot about the impact of stress/trauma/catastrophia on human consciousness, is to learn and share about the impact of joy on human consciousness.

And joy is very much, I am discovering, a multi-dimensional experience – built on a foundation of unconditional love (5th Dimension).

Quote: Future medicine will be the medicine of frequencies Albert EinsteinFor this journey into joy, I use what has served me best: frequencies and sound (7th Dimension).

The tools I use support us in:


  1. Retraining our brain away from the over-developed neural pathways of stress and fear (including anxiety/doubt/worry etc)…

  • When we’re stressed (as we all are, by the serious state of the world), the human brain goes into survival mode. This flight into survival takes us out of our problem-solving brain (which can see complexities and respond adaptively and creatively)… Into here-and-now thinking that’s “all about me” surviving.
  • It’s a powerful, primitive instinct, which takes us out of thinking collectively (for the long-term good of all)… Away from remembering our innate inter-connectedness with all life, and with each other. And therefore, away from long term sustainability.
  • If we look around, at all the damage we humans are inflicting – on each other, on the world, the air, the earth, the water, the animals and plants… it all stems from this short-sighted, stressed-out, polarized 4th dimensional way of thinking.

image quote re Einstein problem solvingThis is evident in both our thinking about the problems… And our thinking about the solutions.




2. Frequencies lead us into states of consciousness associated with inter-connected joy, profound relaxation, bliss, unconditional loving, and deep creativity.


Joy quote: Joy is a sustained sense of well-being and internal peace - A connection to what matters. Oprah Winfrey

  • These are multi-dimensional experiences and states of consciousness – which assist us in discovering the solutions for ourselves and our planet.
  • Working with frequencies and sound makes this transition easy – we no longer need to rely on what we’re consciously aware of (a paltry 2 – 5% of all available sensory information, according to psychologists) – frequencies don’t ‘pay attention’ to what we’re conscious – or unconscious – of… they just go where there is a need for balance.
  • Frequencies are also the natural  language our human brain speaks – frequencies are, in fact, embedded within natural universal laws.  We are all created of frequencies – we each have a unique frequency ‘signature’… as does all life everywhere.

3. We Need Nature

image of wilderness a necessity

  • Our separation from Nature has been one of the tragic outcomes of that stressed-out disconnected thinking.
  • How can we move forward, with loving our planet, and speaking for the earth’s rights to health, and being treated respectfully… if we have so little connection to the Earth?
  • Our moving back into a state of inter-connectedness, into health, into multi-dimensional joy and creativity, relies on our willingness to go out again, to leave behind our offices, our homes, our busy lives… to re-connect, if only for short periods of time in the beginning, with feeling our intrinsic, our essential connection to this planet we’re calling our home.

 4. Being Inspired Helps.

image re flower blooming in adversity

In my work with traumatized children and their families, in addition to their sharing their trauma stories, we also began to explore what inspired them forward…How their own innate strengths and gifts could help them to deal with and overcome adversity.

And to realize, there are two powerful keys we can use:

  1. The power of a collective – it’s easier to heal when we’re part of a group, all intending the same things together.  (Check out our New Eartheart Healing calls here, for more info).
  2. We humans are an incredibly resilient, highly creative lot. We’ve survived in spite of apparently overwhelming odds.

When we remember to work collectively and inspire each other forward, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish!  I passionately believe that. After all, I’ve seen it with my own eyes, time after time, for over 30 years.

5. Building new habits. 

image quote on habits

Creating change that lasts, can feel like hard work. We all want the goal to just “happen”, once we want it.

But it actually takes effort, to build and maintain new ways of thinking. To develop new habits. Our brains are more familiar with our old habits…

We see this all the time, with New Year’s resolutions. If they’re not developed into new habits, they fall (only too easily) by the wayside.

We cannot afford this, for our planet. Now, more than ever, we need to persist with making daily efforts to remember how vitally important our daily choices are, in living more sustainably.

We can do this.

image re being inspired by collectively changing the world

Together, we can learn the habits connected to sustainable living. One tiny step at a time. With each of us contributing to each other’s inspiration forward…

Your sharing of what inspires you may be just what someone else needs, to help them get through their day. And maybe you’ll be buoyed by what someone else shares here too. That’s a win-win all around.

And that’s why this site is dedicated to you… To each and every one of you. It’s a place where you can share what inspires you. Your experiences. Your stories. Your feedback.

Why not check out our blog next, and see how you can be inspired and contribute to the inspiration of others, as we all learn more about sustainable living together.

Or, for more about the importance of a personal commitment to living more sustainably, go here.

Thanks for loving our Earth too. I’m looking forward to getting to know you… and hearing about your own journey into deeper inter-connectedness, and greater sustainability.  I hope you’ll feel free to share both about where you feel stuck, and what inspires you forward into joyful living.  Welcome to We Love Our Earth!

With blessings and joy, deb