Archive for October, 2011
Tweet In the northern hemisphere, sunset tonight ushers in the Celtic season of Samhain. (If you want to learn more about Celtic Spirituality and music, by the way, be sure to check out Celtic Soul Experience events coming up the week after Thanksgiving!) www.CelticSoulExperience.com During this window between Samhain/All Hallow’s Eve and Christmas/Solstice/Midwinter, the veil […]
So, following your bliss means to do whatever, in this moment, brings you into alignment with your true nature. With your essential Divinity. With the God/dess that lives and moves and breathes and experiences its being-ness through YOU.
It does not mean distracting yourself from what feels uncomfortable.
It means being present and fully alive, even when that hurts. It means knowing yourself as the heroine or hero in a grand story-your life.
Sometimes, there’s nothing you can “do.” Sometimes, “doing” is a form of resistance. In order to be in the flow of whatever you are growing, you need to learn to dance while the corn grows.
I’m getting ready for a huge, luscious harvest right now—one of the most joy-filled projects I’ve ever played with because it involves supporting the success of people who have been sources of inspiration, enlightenment, laughter, healing, creativity and fun for me. I’m still pinching myself that this dream is coming true (I’ll tell you all about it next week!)
As I wait for this particular harvest, which is going to happen November 28-December 3 of this year, there are lots of things for me to do (the energetic equivalent of watering and nurturing and tending). And yet, I know—I know I know I know—that the MOST important piece of this coming harvest is stepping into the energy of what I am creating right NOW.