It’s where I breathe when I fear I am not alive anymore.
It’s where I look inward at the soul that is me.
When I am drained of every last bit of essence, it grounds me, nourishes me, and sends energy into the vital centers of my being. Who would think something so simple would be so powerful?
What a whirlwind of a year it has been! So much of my life fell apart, yet so much of it came together! It was a very painful “letting go” of the broken stuff that was not serving me anymore. It still aches… but I’m healing, and that’s what’s most important. The mat did “catch me” on hundreds of occasions, and I am so grateful. I asked for guidance day in and day out, because I really had no idea of what I was to do most of the time. I am, by far, no expert at this thing called life. I take each day as it comes, and try to do the best and feel comfortable in my heart. But pain is not a comfortable thing.
I am simply striving to accept some truths, and go with the flow that the Universe has presented to me as “my life”. Learning to trust that there is a magnificent energy moving in and around me to create something wonderful that I have been manifesting for quite some time… and transformation is inevitable.
So, I will return to my mat… and let the magic continue.
In love and light!
❤ )O( ❤
Intuition, third eye activation, insight… however you call it, it is the most remarkable sense we have been given. Don’t under rate it. Trust in it. That is you inner voice speaking to you, giving you wisdom and guidance. It may even remind you to listen, not dismiss it. Be thankful for its strong presence.
I have found things to be very clearly presented to me when I ask. Answers may not always be what I wish for. They are what they are and I must find a way to accept certain things and move on.
Everyday, every hour, every moment, every breath… is new.
My focus is staying present, observant and keeping it real.
❤ )0( ❤
So much good stuff coming lately… and it’s so welcomed!
“You must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be” ~Marianne Williamson
Change your thoughts and change your life. Amazing how it works once you find the right thoughts. Sometimes I wonder if it is just part of the process of transformation. You can try and try to change your thoughts, but find it impossible. Then one day all of a sudden you are thinking totally different with no effort at all. Where does this come from?
I still believe continuous body work is crucial for the mental to full spirit transformation. Since we carry so much crap in our bodies we must find ways to work that stuff out in order to clear the mind (which is located in every cell of our bodies) and spirit. This opens the channels for transformation. Reiki helps to balance and heal the chakra system, while deep tissue massage works to release the toxins that poison the cells of our bodies. Great way to clear out from the inside which directly affects all the outside stuff that imposes on us. This change feels so good!
In the quiet moments begin a meditation practice.
“If every eight year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within one generation.” ~Dalai Lama
Three easy steps:
1. Begin by sitting with your feet on the floor (use other variations later).
2. Close your eyes and begin concentrating on your natural breath – in and out.
3. Every time you start thinking about something, acknowledge it, then bring your attention back to your natural breath – in and out.
Do this for as long as you like. It gets easier and easier. It changes everything!
In love & light~
“… there is so much more to things than we ordinarily recognize but
also that everything is beautifully and intricately related.”
” … surrender to the soul-wide truth that this life is simply one expression
of something much larger.”
It changes our energy, pushes our emotions around, taxes our bodies,
gives us sleepless nights and heartache, so that our very physical
structures and our psyches are vulnerable to information and perceptions
that ordinarily elude us.”
“Your difficult time and mine and all of ours has to end for the new to begin.”
~Daphne Rose Kingma
Some very specific things to think about from the final chapter of Daphne Kingma’s book, The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart. A great book that I needed to share with you. And thank you to my very dear friend who placed it in my hands a few months ago.
I am so thankful for my sacred space and time to study, reflect, meditate and share. Daily experiences many times land me right back in this space in reflection and introspection. One day at a time, one breath at a time… I can see it… I can feel it…
The difficult times will come to an end… and the new will begin.
In love and light…