Leaning into the now of life.
Updated: Mar 27
Over the last few months, the pace of the world has been fiercely and drastically slowed and we have felt much of the familiar fall away.
Now the question is, “will things go back to the way they were,”?
My view is that we are in a time where we are individually being forced to look at our lives and the way we live and take time to consider if this is truly what we aspire to. This is a time to discover ourselves. We have the opportunity for deep inner work.
Living on this extraordinary planet and in this vast universe can become automatic and we glide through life as if we are in control and suddenly life happens, and it is apparent we are not in control of anything except our own reactions to events.
As we try to understand the enormity of the loss, pain, hurt and grief that is coming forth in this time, we can find time for us to examine and focus on what we are grateful for.
Taking time for meditation and connecting to our higher selves is essential for us to stay strong and centered.
A space of gratitude and acceptance that we are in a world that is changing can only hold and balance the clamor of fear, panic, and anxiety which is deafening.
We are all in this together, and together we will herald a new world.