“In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” — Albert Camus
We are still working away here at Spiral Heart. We don’t want you to think we have forgotten about you while we are off making ritual and ceremony in some lovely places, I have to say… so here’s a wee Lammas Gift. Look out for more news on our online courses, from the very beginning of your journey to being in the thick of it – we’ve got you covered!
There’s a certain vulnerability that we all have and if we weight long enough we finally become habituated and it bdcones part of us. Recognising that we are carrying weight that is not necessarily physical is a start. There is so much we wait to carry, for duty, for love, for disguise. Masking wounds sometimes. Take that long held habit and drop it! Weight for no-one! Define your Self! Become free, weight no more. For some it’s from a past life causing Soul loss- the wounds we salve with food while we weight to heal. It’s never satisfying because we wait for it to be fixed by others when we’ve made this weight our own.
Source: Carry That Weight…
As I wrote in my piece re the Summer Solstice, many people see it in different and inspiring ways. If you are not sure what to do with yourself for any of the Solstice’s or even the equinoxes then get to know them and find a way of understanding how the year turns, get back to being a human being… in time not out of it. This helps us to be mindful and grateful for all that is and it gives us the ability to rest our minds being mindful of how much we need that. Just a thought.
this is another find. Not relevant? Well love is Universal, and we are at sometime in our lives all at loggerheads with it. We can make our Selves hard to love most often when we are disconnected from Self. When we measure our Selves against perceived perfect others but read this and see if you relate and then sit with it and find your Self and sit with them. Tell them how you feel . Use a mirror and the Ho’opono’ono ‘I’m sorry, I love you, forgive me.’
Blessings and joy
Source: When I Was Hard To Love