This winter to spring equinox seems to be filled with chaos and upset within so many people’s lives and it’s not vanilla chaos it is crazy AF chaos.
I have had a few weeks of me literally wanting to put my head down on my desk and fall asleep! Being the first to admit that focusing on spending my days being productive have been a challenge. In a recent conversation what was discussed was how upon awakening the focus has been on counting the hours until you get to crawl back into bed.
The body’s heaviness, migraines, funky ailments, fevers, cold and flu running around draining energy are symptoms of the collective energy changes.
Have you been experiencing this?
Relying on all my tried and true strategies in my resilience tool box and deciding to focus on being in the moment, as crazy as it can be, while primarily relying on gratitude, cultivating it more as a state of being with a wide open love filled heart.
Keeping the heart open along with eyes and ears and remaining (or trying to remain) firmly planted in the here and now. (Read my earthing blog below at the end of this email.)
First thing upon waking I have been concentrating on listening to the wild turkeys in my yard awaking and coming out of roosting from the trees with so much chatter. (Man they’re loud; wake you up in the morning without an alarm clock!) Then focusing on listening to the sweet morning songs of the new baby birds imagining the mother birds hushing them for a few more minutes of rest.
Acknowledging and being grateful for the sun (a ton of rain lately). Being grateful and using the blessing of the body prayer for my body being able to move through this thick, murky sludg-producing energy. https://www.ncronline.org/blogs/blessing-body
Focusing on my heart and cherishing each moment and reminding myself that this moment won’t occur again ever and the choice is whether to approach it or view it within FEAR or within LOVE.
I think the question is how do you stay opened in Love?
Start with your senses: Feeling, hearing and seeing what is happening at this moment and allowing gratitude to be the focus helps to find the gift in the head-on-your-desk moment. Slowing down, keeping laser-focused on what has to be done and remembering that today is blessed.
I have been listening to John Mayer’s new song “I Guess I Just Feel Like”. There are so many good lyrics within this song such as “Love is gonna save us”. We need to focus on the love visible and invisible by remaining open and singing this line from the song “But I know that I’m open and I know that I’m free”. Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQEoLHeI0tA
The chaos will pass through love.