The Awakening Blog
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As I’ve been reflecting on all the darkness; I’ve also been reflecting on the so called opposite of light.
The reality of our lives together on planet earth is that we are all in constant transition.
An Epiphany is a eureka moment, an awareness moment, a moment that enables us to sense ourselves and our environment as something not completed.
Calm and Center became my mantra and lived experience. Cradling became a practice.
I’ve been sitting in between endings and beginnings for years and it’s finally occurred to me that every moment is in between the past and the future.
As they continued to break bread together and pray together, a fresh new perspective started to emerge that hadn’t been there for centuries.
This gift is now given each day to us and lives within our hearts, minds, bodies, and souls.
The wisdom of winter understands the immeasurable, the imaginative, the ineffable.
It’s not a season of hyperactivity but a season of calm reflection, preparation, and creativity.
From a spiritual vantage point, the emphasis here is on the inner light in all persons, the essential goodness in all creation.
Grief and love become the garden of compassion through a process of openness…
Could it be time for you to become more open to the Spirit of Life and Light in the midst of the growing darkness?
By living with soul within an earthy spirituality, we invariably learn that we always reap what we sow.
True Nature is continually leading us from affirmation to affirmation, mystery to mystery, awakening to awakening, illumination to illumination.
The years of Autumn to date were filled with great love, great loss and great inner reflections bringing new life.
In these moments, we’re set free only when we reveal our hidden colors rather than continuing to hide, repress and deny them.
Here, in the natural order of things, these red leafed branches speak to the others…
As we reflect in this Autumn season, look to Nature to see the beauty and consciously be the beauty.