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I notice the beauty of a lot of people, objects, circumstances, feelings, that I would have not noticed, without intention.
Have a good day, you all!
When I am out in nature my nerves are calm and I feel joy. If I have any anxiety it helps ease it.
Opening up to it, hearts eye perceives beauty all over, is speaking to heart. Something becomes perceivable which is always there and shared by all around, resonating inside, still, humbling, opening to awe. Thank you dearly.
My monkey mind slows down and I feel calmer.
I notice everything. My day is much richer, fuller, complete when I notice the beauty I am surrounded by. I am so very blessed.🙏🏻
I notice that my perspective changes.
I start seeing the beauty that escaped
my notice and my mental state becomes
I’ve been noting “today’s delights” in my journal each day after reading Ross Gay’s “The Book of Delights.” Initially I was going to say they weren’t all moments of beauty, then realized that each of them is beautiful in some way. Our society has such stringent definitions of beauty and I’m explicitly reshaping my thoughts to move beyond those artificial constraints.
I find that when I look for delights in each day, I find them. When I look for beauty, I find it. We find what we seek.
Color. Light. Details. Prana.
Simply, “What is” feels like enough.
When you take time to appreciate anything or anyone, it energizes your perspective. It places your monkey mind in your heart and calms it. Many times practicing appreciation redefines beauty.
The images that highlight the beauty in our world that accompany the word for the day, the well proportioned and beautifully designed interface on this site, the dotted samples of beauty on each person’s profile … a few things that stand out in the moment.
Thank you….I feel your appreciation and I’m sure others who visit here each day, do, too.
When I make space and time, I am more aware of intricacies.
I notice the birds greeting the morning.
I notice how much I don’t notice.
I notice the varied colors, shapes and sizes of wildflowers. The same goes for our 2′ x 36′ flower garden that is allowed to reseed itself. It is comprised of about fifty percent of plants from seeds I have gathered over time, some purchased, along with some Day & Tiger Lilly bulbs, just add water. I notice the winged animals in all the different sizes, shapes and colors unbounded from gravity. I notice the sky and its myriad of colors. I notice the geology from the canyons to the mountain tops. Rocks great and small and the palette of colors that are present from their mineral make up that spring forth with interaction to the elements. All of the beauty keeps me in the moment and reminds me of the interconnectedness of all life and our place in the universe,
Joseph, Thanks for taking us for a visit to your home. It is appreciated.
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