Does nature have an intelligence that we don’t have?

Ivo Valkenburg
New Financial Magazine
9 min readSep 9, 2020

“As humans, we have lost touch with nature. We see ourselves as masters of all other life forms. We consider ourselves ‘higher’ on the steps of evolution, because we assume to have a greater level of intelligence and a better developed level of consciousness than animals and plants. In reality, we should perhaps behave more like animals. Animals are not concerned with the destruction of the planet,” tells Anna Breytenbach, from South Africa, one of the world’s leading experts in communication with nature.