Spring is in zig-zag motion in my neck of the woods with blooms blooming in 30 degree weather! I had to use the comforter last night and my winter jacket today. I see the weather as a metaphor of the outside world and my path to ascension. Some days my inner changes are palpable and I feel the majesty, power and light strongly within my being. Other days ( like yesterday) I get triggered and no tools or guidance seem to work. Until I settle and let the moment go.
Today is Good Friday and while I have never celebrated, my mother did as did half of her people so Roman Catholicism resides in my DNA. I highly respect the cycle of death and rebirth and ascension seems to follow this route. I appreciate living in a part of the planet that goes through a four seasonal cycle, giving me an outer mirror to match my inner perpetual changes. Birds have started singing each morning, bringing me unmeasurable joy. Where would we be without all other life forms? Not here I assure you.
Enjoy a few more fresh photos:
Time is fleeting in so many ways. I noticed one tree blossom and unblossom within the course of 2-3 days. I reminded myself that I was able to see it in full bloom once this season, so the experience was mine. Ever consider how many moments we forget and how often we recycle the same thought over and over again?
I was so angry yesterday and so lost. Today I am caffeinated yet restful, grateful that my heart symptoms turned out to not be anything serious or lasting, and that so many people keep reading my words! I recently described myself as a storyteller in a job interview and it felt so real. I was read to often as a child and both my parents and my MGM adored books. We are always creating a new story. The trick is to be certain we are not stuck somewhere mid sentence. Every moment is potentially a Good Friday to Easter scenario. Authentic embodied ascension requires feeling and experiencing whatever is inside the self, leading to the letting go process that allows new experiences to enter.
Enjoy some U2 songs that embody the themes covered here today: