Lived relational ethics

To philosophize is a matter of forming human beings. Discourse is a means to an end, not an end to itself. My research on relational ethics for the Ecocene only makes sense if it is a lived philosophy and not if it remains an academic discourse. As my research shows, relational approaches to ethics include non-anthropocentric perspectives, value non-human nature in non-instrumental terms, use intersectional methods to analyze the interrelations between social and ecological issues, and contextualize human-nature interactions in light of asymmetrical power relations and dynamics between assemblages or networks of interest. How can I practice these insights on a daily basis? What (spiritual) practices might support me in living and embodying relational ethics? How can I internalize them in a way that they are not a moral duty but become my living myth?