- A song hit my sad bone on my way to work so naturally I played it on repeat all the way in and cried a great big cry for this horrible terrible beautiful world. #shipsinthenight #ryanmontbleu #feelingthemusic #youareunderstoodI will take my share of life for all the time I have it and invest it all in Love. And it will be a life well spent. #love #feelthemusic #justloveI don’t want to know what separates you from the others. I want to know what gives you integrity. And how you connect most to this world. It is our separateness that got us here. And it must be our wholeness that brings us back. #recentering #polarity #evolution #feelthemusic #backtothegardenI strive to grieve you in a creative way. Not destructive. Not in a love eating way. In a love feeding way. I don’t want bitterness in place of you. I want a love so big it must reach you no matter how far apart in time and space we are.Nature has always known how to meet death with beauty and grace. #nature #death #beauty #love #feelthemusicThere are moments where I bawl my eyes out. And the next I smile because I know you are beyond the play of the elements. Your soul is refined and expressing in its purest. You are life beyond life. After death. That space which no one can say isn’t. Not for certain.
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From the monthly theme blog I write at Nourishing Storm. . . go check them out! Focus… On what? Where? The universe is always throwing signs. But I’m not sure if I am reading them right. My world keeps … Continue reading
Here I am. Halfway through this year. A year of tremendous change in my life. I focused on my inner drishti, my Truth and connected to my center, my source. I sought beauty, within and without and found strength of … Continue reading
I’ve fallen off the wagon this month. I lost the essence of my practice somewhere in the midst of hectic schedules and mounting deadlines. My focus turned hard and impatient. Perhaps it is that time of year, beginning the transition … Continue reading
Have you found your inner drishti? I finally found mine. When I began writing for NS last month, I looked at the theme. I meditated on it. I sat with it. I practiced yoga with it as my intention. And … Continue reading