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My Spirituality & my curiosity.
Slowing down. Pausing. Being quiet, still, intentional enough to listen, be with what is, attend… and resisting the temptation to run away, or madly off in all directions – whether in mind, body or spirit. Rooting in one place, whether in stillness or conscious movement. Connecting with nature, music, good company, a beautiful space…
Meditation, slowing down and journaling. Sometimes walking in our wooded areas.
Holding my breath.. 🙂
Meditation, somatic movement, retreats.
And also the abundant wisdom that is so readily available nowadays; and sometimes the wisdom to know when it is not wisdom.
A long car ride with some soft country music or reflecting on my experience/feelings with my closest friend aid me in “going deep”.
The quietude and slower pace of life through this pandemic has been an unexpected blessing.
Reflecting on the experiences and learnings from my life helps me to “go deep.”
My friends. Just now a dear friend expressed her gratitude for our deep friendship. What a gift.
AlAnon; my sponsor; my therapist;
Aligning with the geometry of creation and gently letting go. Picture in the 1960’s when you had to get your TV antennae at just the right location and angle, carefully let go, then see the whole world come flooding into your lounge room.
Or using a metal coat hanger, Don, when the antenna was dodgy.
Walking amongst the big trees, Redwoods.
Music, especially classical.
On different days I’m led differently into going deep – some days its my breath, some days its my heart, some days its yoga and some days its a good book. The more noisier my head has beed during the day, the more time it takes to break the loop, find myself and go deep.
Sophia (Holy Spirit) leads me into “going deep”. A community of raga muffin spiritual pilgrims on their similar journey supports me. We seek spiritual progress not spiritual perfection.
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