Perhaps an invitation to keep an open body, mind and heart, rather than to contract. Also to do this in small, incremental, subtle ways rather than anything big or grand. Small movements and gestures of nesting come to mind. Practicing kindness and generosity…
So much to let go of! Top of mind is attachment to tired victim narratives and habits that have kept me caught in the past, rather than showing up as best I can to the present with an eye to the future.
Lots of physical stuff in my and our space.
Anger, judgement, resentment, shame from the past.
Time to let it all go …
Morning for sure, in the darkness just before dawn is the most peaceful time for me. I also love the time through the sunrise and just after dawn, hearing the sound of birds, people stirring, the world and life around slowly waking up to another day …
Thank you for this thoughtful question, and reflections.
Since my mom’s passing, and most of our family elders, I have fallen into an unhealthy pattern of not drawing on happy and healthy memories. I will aim to look at old photos to reconnect with the people who have cared about and loved me, and me them, to create gratitude practices and rituals.
With kindness, acceptance, compassion, understanding, humour, curiosity, love ??❤️
At this moment, I am very grateful for this community, being able to check in and hear your beautiful voices and day in the life reflections. I feel more anchored, connected and able to show up for the day.
It is a beautiful gift after a restless few hours. Thank you! ??
On or by the ocean.
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