I learned to listen to and follow what resonated with my own inner healer. I was led to treasures and clues that my heart understood. I learned to gently hold a space for this natural unfolding in myself and others and to trust each of our higher selves to arrange the pieces. Advertisements
More and more attention was placed on the embrace of love that enveloped all of my experiences. It no longer made sense to continue focusing anything less into form.
I found that I could filter and then hold all that was tender within and all that was reflected back just a little gentler. And so I vowed to hold these things a little longer — sure that they would grow.
Sometimes it was hard to hear the quiet prayer in my heart Sometimes life became so noisy and the best I could do was to hold on to the knowing beyond doubt that it was in fact always there — no matter what. Somehow that was enough.
I hold this space for a new way of being. I honor the sacred journey in me and in you. Amen
I found this silent holding prayer began to reach far — through the wounded places — into the tender, most creative magical spaces in my heart that couldn’t be reached in other ways — the ones that carried on so gently through any kind of storm.
Out of necessity, I became willing to remember how to see with my heart — to dare myself to hold my focus just below the surface — to toss everything and trust what was needed to come back down — to meet my Self in each moment — to notice again and again that I was indeed still okay here — until this was the most natural place to be.
Let us be steadfast in our own evolution. Let us remain centered in our own deepest hearts, moved to action from this place and not the shifting ground around us. Help us to hold this sacred space above all else. Amen
I found peace in the reconnection with the space within my own heart and in the natural way I continued on to connect and hold this space for others.
Once I vowed to hold this empty space for as long as it took — until something beautiful appeared. That was before I realized it was this empty space and this holding that is most sacred and beautiful.