Ecocentrism means that all are equal to all forms of life.  The interconnectedness with all forms of life is viewed through spirituality and indigenous worldviews.

Thich Nhat Hanh states that “As thin as this sheet of paper is, it contains everything in the universe in it”.  Thich Nhat Hanh shows that in order for a piece of paper to be made, clouds rain, sun, paper mills, and many other parts of the universe are necessary”.

There is a space between being and doing, in that spaces we have a choice to choose what is best for ones own self.  In that space we pay attention as events unfold.  That space is a matter of seconds.  That space gives us reflection, which is being mindful of our own actions of what we are doing to ourselves on earth. This moment of space gives self the interconnection with all life.

Thoughts and actions create cause and effect.  Thoughts and actions are human. Being and doing are human.

To be connected through the interconnection, is to pass the point of what one thinks to be true is only an illusion of truth of what one believes to be true – perception.

The connection is the holographical umbilical cord that connects the matrix and is the matrix of life in human form.