Retired from old mindsets, reactions, and labels in order to tumble about joyfully in a loving, laughter-filled, existence.
This is something I play/pray often. It grounds me, returns me to source.
Calling my heart ❤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgoEcckBVeY&list=PLT2BEd1-MondOI5VQcyOONORlqoLy2Avp&index=242
‘Native Prayer’ from the album ‘Mystic Traveler’ by Gerhard Fankhauser & Einat Gilboa
The power of choice. I can choose to see beauty, to dream of beauty, to believe it exists in our world in abundance.
Breathing, relaxing, doing something meaningful. Doing nothing much of anything too.
Im resilient and adaptable. I can let go. I can release life as I planned or wanted it for the greater good. I’m willing to up end everything to help another. At least in the case of my mother’s end of life needs.
Because I am such a Bohemian being, and have made 55 complete moves in my life, my place is within my heart, my mind, or on a long walk in nature. Writing is always a safe space, a place to find wisdom, clarity, support. So practices rather than an actual physical place.
Loving the many multi-faceted responses, thoughts, experiences here.
Yes, ultimately. But not always immediately. Sometimes when in trauma the brain is offline, and nothing gets through other than time to heal. Meanwhile, though, I say thank you by faith. Even when I feel like I am faking it. “Thank you, that this will come to pass… Thank you, it’s not always like this… Thank you, that a year from now this will most likely be insignificant!”
The ability to sit with and companion two economically challenged, wonderful ladies in Southern Belize. While sad, trying, and challenging, they were enveloped in a loving, sacred space and the tragic became mystical beautiful. No racial, religious, gender boundaries in those spaces.
I love it.
Yes, I understand that so well. I like to think that the revovlement is a broader, higher perspective with each loop. Thank you for sharing, it’s a good reminder. Xx
Love it 😀
Thank you ❤️ that’s beautiful 😍
Absolutely. So glad you could be there too. I will take care of myself. I am in fact. It’s a slowing down with simple, singular vision. Grace and no rush. Xxx
So true. We must sleep in our own head every night, so best it’s peaceful.
That’s beautiful Christine.
True but I think we also need to own the poopy stuff in order to work through it all. My right hand, left hand practice of hold the good in one, the bad in the other, and accept life’s inconsistencies, decide how to respond kindly to self and all involved.
Yes, Australia to Thailand, to USA, to Belize, to USA, then back to Australia because my mom’s in end of life with cancer.
Thank you. I appreciate that energy. It will wrap us in grace.
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