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Blessings of love

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Such a blessing, this sacred rain touching our thirsty earth. May the sacred waters continue to flow for the benefit of all life. Photo via awelltraveledwoman.tumblr.com

Happy Valentine’s day dear ones! Valentine’s day can be a painful day for many, a reminder of the love we don’t have. But is this true? I encourage us to open our eyes and hearts to the love that is pulsing alive within and around us, not just today, but every day of our lives. “One sees clearly only with the heart. What is essential is invisible to the eye.” ~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince

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May you feel spacious and free. Photo by alicia-bock.com

 Laura Enever

Laura Enever: @billabongwomens via her instagram

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Play, joy and spaciousness. Photo by Deb Schwedhelm

I am reminded that love is not a straight line; it is a web of interconnectedness, an intricate pattern of immense beauty.

 
When we expect love to flow only through one channel, we miss an opportunity to experience its manifestation in multiple directions, pathways, and expressions. Today, I celebrate the love that flows in places that often go unrecognized, ignored, repressed, neglected. May we tend to these tender spaces and places that crave to share the love that is already there.

I’m grateful for loved ones, kindred souls, sacred waters, the flow of our blood, synchronicities bringing us together to do good work, the kindness and joy that flow when we open our hearts. Today and every day, may we feel loved by all of creation. And may we open to give and receive what is truly ours to feel.

In kinship to all our relations,

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Feb 14, 2014

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The pendulum is swinging. Another world pulsing its way into being

Radiance by MarjoryMejia

The Feminine I am interested in feminine power, which suffers when women all around the globe deny and silence part of themselves to fit in, to conform, to survive, to be accepted and to succeed within our patriarchal structures. Our patriarchal culture rewards extinguishing part of our nature. It is the sacrifice we believe we…

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