Face it, we’re all Funguys!

I had a beautiful walk in the woods yesterday and noticed that there are lots of individualistic fungi growing on nearly everything out there!

orange conk

Fungi live on an extremely fine and articulate neural network called mycelium (a natural version of the Internet) that helps all plants live, eat and communicate with each other.    The Fruit that manifests from this organization of awareness and connection, is the Mushroom.  I believe I too am just a fruited (hey, watch it) body from a field of awareness and biology.

So, I guess it turns out, I’m a fungi.  And so are you.hedgehog






Some of us feed off of Coniferous trees, Peat, or Business, or Law.yellow mold

Some of us thrive on Oaks, or Apple trees, or Spirituality, Health, or Technology.


Some of us grow best and feed from straw, or Willows, or Nature, or Kindness or Family.

black cups

The beauty of it is that None of us are the same. Thankfully, we each need a different substrate to grow  in so that the world will thrive in different shapes and colors.

*** But here’s the IMPORTANT part****

But WHAT we all do – is the same!    Fungi can break down the cellulose in wood  and create a new living soil where insects and new seeds and birds and plants will thrive.  Like them, We ALL take the wood, the stiffness of past Energy, and break it down and re-purpose it.    We bring new life to it.    We make it useable to a  new generation.nests eysee

Each of YOU breathe new Life into something, for the next generation.   You each give old ideas new awareness!  You and I take the static and again make it something dynamic!

And the Forests, the Universe, looks back at you and smiles, and says Thank You for your part.

16 thoughts on “Face it, we’re all Funguys!

  1. Life is complex, and I think it is more complex all the time. Some of the processes you describe here are indeed very essential for lives of our day.

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    • ahh, that’s such a warm expression, thanks for stopping by and enjoying. I’ll get a little extra smile today knowing I caused another person to smile briefly. you’re too kind, have a great week and keep feeling that love in the world. momentummikey 🙂


  2. As a former microbiologist (I have a Ph.D. in it but left research for my passion for yoga/meditation/bodywork) I strongly agree with your statements on *SO* many levels. You are so positive and eloquent. Love it 🙂

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    • thanks for sitting upright long enough to stop by and read! I hope you have watched or read some of Paul Stamets (fungi.com) research and about his livelihood and passion with mushrooms. a real motivation. OK, back on the mat and into a relaxing position….. 🙂 take care, momentummikey 🙂

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