I began writing when I was 13, looking for a creative way to express what I was feeling with words as the medium. I gravitated towards writing, not sure why except that words were always interesting to me and the rabbit holes of expression I could explore ideas and emotions through.
Being homeschooled at that time, I would stay up until 2am just writing away.
I listen to the inner wisdom, the clarity of internal sound, my heart and Spirit connect, then I interpret the message from the pen to you.
Cycle through #N2AHEARTMIND quotes at random:
Here you will find the entire collection/treasure trove of wisdom’s, experience’s, light, and most importantly a Reflection of You.
Distilling and deciphering all the secret/sacred messages coming from the wisdom of heart.
For space to be created, you must first experience the tightening of your previous shell. It can be so uncomfortable to feel that closing in with no space to move. Again you will wake, again you will see the sun will rise for you. You will find your self in this new season, in this new you.
Once you speak you’re not frozen by the words you might say. Vulnerability opens the wound to be healed.
Why are you here and what do you share?
I like to check in with myself to see if I align with my purpose, my reason for why I share. It’s so easy and tempting to lose sight if we get caught up in reaction mode. At times it requires a brave step away from all the noise in our head.
Purpose can change and who we thought we are must be acknowledged and let go from. Grief can come when you’re reaching a new state of Being.
Savor this passing moment and acknowledge yourself, as you’re going to miss this person. If you find you naturally tend to GO-GO-GO all the time, now is the time to Slow down. There’s gold that is under the anxiety for the future. SIT with your restlessness, give it space to reveal the new you. Try not to mask it with a sense of purpose or drive.
Perhaps you discover your purpose is completely different to what you thought you would be doing.
It’s funny how what you thought you want changes just as soon as you start to get it or so it seems.
Who we were isn’t always who we’re going to be.
We don’t know what’s going to come before “the plan” or “the destination” when it gets here.
Asanas have prepared me for the daily challenges I encounter, especially when living in a small space like a van. Even with simple tasks, I have to remind myself to pause, breathe, then proceed.
Every movement is to be minded so that it can be encountered, experienced, and integrated.
The journey is learning to execute the ultimate asana which is Life.