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Self- love is the source of all our other loves.~ Pierre Corneille
Dear Beloved Community,
As I write this my heart is filled with love for the beautiful gifts of friendship, community, laughter, and the beauty that is found both in nature and co-created with our hearts/hands. Love in general and specifically self-love, has been a current theme for me. I found this question to be very interesting and inspiring: “What does it look like or mean to love ourselves?” Yes, of course, a daily spiritual practice, some pampering (or plenty of pampering!), eating well, exercising, deep breathing, plenty of pure drinking water, green drinks, yoga, etc etc etc. These are all excellent and vibrant expressions of self-love that I love! Yet, let’s look a little deeper into the question posed above as a form of self-inquiry. I invite you to create a quiet space and explore these questions, inspired by Judy Satori and Mother Mary.
•What is that my heart desires? Tune into your heart and ask How do I desire to Be?
•What are my soul’s true qualities?
•How can these soul qualities be expressed in my day-to-day life?
•What modifications do I require to make in my day-to-day life to be in more alignment with the true nature of our being?
I invite you to explore these questions and to see what kind of energy changes or ways of Being emerge for you. I am practicing this self-inquiry now right along with you… Take your time, take a few days, a week, or longer… Relax and lean into this blossoming of you.
In love, gratitude, and Unity Consciousness,
A fabulous radio show that my good friend Kat Nelson Troyer did recently!
It appears that this Full Moon is an initiation of sorts. Through experiencing its energies, we have opportunities to come into even greater alignment with our spiritual path, given a willingness to learn and perfect the steps along the way — our cosmic “dancing lesson”.
“Sometimes an artist’s first invention is herself.” ~Stephanie Vaughn