Namaste! We’ve been doing this writing exercise for years, I dusted it off, updated a bit. wish I had more time! - As my voice has changed... but here it is, as it is. I hope you make the time, I think that you'll be glad that you did: (printable version at the end) Before we turn the page on 2016... Let’s look back. It’s usually best to keep this a somewhat lighter inward journey, There’s no going back to change anything. and there’s no one, or no need to impress. Be gentle but firm with yourself. Can you carve out 10 –20 minutes for this meditation & writing exercise? Make a cup of something to sip, get a nice pen, three pieces of paper, a pad of post-its, perhaps your calendar. Find a quiet place where you can sit. It’s okay to skip this part, but if you keep a calendar or appointment book a brief skim can jog our memory as to how much has passed this year. Light a candle, and get comfortable. Let your breath smooth out and slide into meditation for a few moments... Once in quiet space, reflect on your experience of 2016. Let your mind drift through the past year, [...]
All day long my feathered friends visit, grab a seed, and take off. The birds are used to me now and don't mind me standing there, and each one brings a smile to my face.
I love sharing the music that I find for my own practice.. Here's links to some amazing cello music perfect for yoga and meditation. Great to practice, and cook with. Composed for sleeping actually. Enjoy!
I propose that instead of turning back tonight, we all turn our clocks ahead to Wednesday Morning...
The Bees are brilliant, at being Bees, and I believe that they deserve our respect and protection, and I sure hope that they let these bees go free.
I believe that we are here to offer our gifts and talents in service to what we love about this world. Enjoy this classic quote from George Bernard Shaw.
The setting of intention is in a way a declaration of independence...
A successful nesting by our eastern Bluebirds, long may they soar through our air and hearts.
In the Northeast, this extended wet and cold spring weather is very challenging for the birds at a very critical time.
This breath invites you to write the first word of your new story your new story begins with this: