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In search of hygge
Going back to what innately draws us as the winter season plays out its pantomime of darkness and severity, we find ourselves recognising the light of ourselves shining back at us across the cosy darkness of our most intimate living spaces, delivered straight out of the eyes of others we hold dear as we embrace the darkness to forge times of warmer glow in communion with family and friends, even strangers that have spontaneously gathered upon these terms of hospitality, conviviality and generally good vibe. The ability to create, cultivate and and sustain the spirit of hygge through the darkest of times is a skill-set we could all use, regardless of our seasonal light-quota. So, what is hygge? Here’s what it is (and I think you’ll like it)… Continue reading
Posted in Art, Art in the living space, Art transformation tool, Christmas, Craft & design, Culture, Health & wellbeing, Holiday destinations, Life choices, Lifestyle, Personal Development, Photography, Shopping, Travel Tagged candles, celebration, coping with winter, cosy, darkness, Denmark, fireplace, happiness, heart-warming, hygge, joining with others, koselig, light, magical, Norway, shortest day, winter, winter birdsong Leave a comment
Flashes of insight
Imagine being able to let go of everything that ever cluttered your entire energy-field and still know – just deeply know – that it will still be there for you exactly when you need it, that you can never lose it and can call it on demand. Imagine never having to hold onto it all, to hoard, to carry the perceived symbols and weight of everything that ever happened to you, or to keep reminding yourself so that you don’t make the same mistakes again, or to share it or make sense of it in a format you can immediately pass on as some sort of duty of care to others, or to lug it all around with you wherever you go… Continue reading
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Life journey, Lifestyle, Personal Development, Recovery chronic illness, Space weather Tagged cellular memory, clearing, crystal data bank, dealing with loss, decluttering, everything is there when you need it, furniture holds memory, healing, insomnia, letting go, letting go of old posessions, living in the now, memory storage, releasing burden, releasing old memories, solar flare, using crystals Leave a comment
Do I even want to take this detour?
We all know how to follow our own best path and this has nothing whatsoever to do with weighing up pros and cons with our minds; its an insider job and more to do with ‘gut’ than mind. We can easily tell when we are on track because excitement starts to fizz in the stomach, we notice how all those most lovely, relaxed, creative feelings start to flow unimpeded again and how our innate power starts to rise up like a warm dancing flame from the base of the spine. Life becomes a divinely-led dance of incredibly good feelings and jaw-dropping synchronicity as we start to show up in just the right places at exactly the right time for the perfectly unexpected to happen. This can only happen when we are listening closely to our own tune… Continue reading
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Culture, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Life journey, Lifestyle, Personal Development Tagged choices, choosing the best option for ourselves, divinely led, feelings as a guide, following own path, genius zone, gut feeling, heart guidance, highest joy, information bombardment, innate guidance, inner guide, intuition, listening to yourself, navigating too much information, option to say no, personal fulfilment, when to get involved, where to put our attention Leave a comment
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