Focus on the ‘out breath’ while pushing gently and birthing your in-born gifts. ~ inspired by Karen McMillan’s Stillness Meditation
Beginnings happen again and again. We see beginnings in nature. In our waking lives. In our night dreams. In our experiences and the stories that we share.
I gave birth to my surrogate son, Bobby, 30 years ago in March. I haven’t heard a word from his adoptive mom or dad in those 30 years. Until now. This year, his birth year, he’s gently pushing me toward a re-union with him and with my Self.
He called me about a week ago and we talked for a couple of hours on the phone. After our conversation I realize there are so many opportunities for new beginnings. So many opportunities for healing and writing new stories.
- I am at the start of….
- I am writing a new story and…
- I see so many opportunities to create and…
- I notice that….
Breathe in and breathe out gently. Its snowing here and I’m reminded that,
Snow is a blank slate.
Stillness is not only a stopping or slowing down. Stillness happens as we move through our day if we are open to its quality and beauty.
As you play and create, as you write, and as you move ahead through your day and into evening remain open to love and new beginnings.
When she was there, she did not love it enough. ~inspired by Monday morning story
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