I wish to reflect all that is soft, to offer my love to all that is not — to remind us of the sacredness of the journey and the beauty in the transformation. — Laurie, What’s Right Here Advertisements
Life happened within its own unfolding. It happened within the search for wholeness, in the endless reaching outward, and in the surrender to the delicate balance of meeting my own whole Self in each moment and holding the pure love of the sacred space into which it always returned.
There was a softening of the story on the surface, a gentle resetting. The default emotion become one of peace, the very thing my heart had longed for and called me to. There was a more natural connection with all of life, a gentle unfolding of the quiet prayer within my heart. Silent pauses became welcome parts of the relaxation into a gentler way of being.
I hold what is here with love — the natural unfolding, this clear space, the reverence — all of this, including all that is painful and confusing. Even as I feel the shifting ground beneath me, I accept and love all of it as it is — right here. I know these arms have held the indescribable pain of separateness, reaching inward and through — daring to hold ALL of the pieces of their own […]
I believe in the power of pure love and transformation. I choose to follow the path of my heart and stand in the fire of my soul. — Laurie, What’s Right Here
I let go, trusting that wherever the pieces fall will be okay — possibly even more beautiful than if I had tried to fit them together on my own. — Laurie, What’s Right Here
I found it was possible to turn in the direction of natural unity and abilities in a world that had put just about everything above the sacredness of its own soul and body. I found it was possible to look at where I stood and choose to take a different path — to not get lost in the grieving of what could have been or settle for bad copies of what was still pure — […]
I wish to reflect all that is soft, to offer my love to all that is not — to remind us of the sacredness of the journey and the beauty in the transformation. — Laurie, What’s Right Here
Here, in the stillness — there is calm and comfort in knowing that hidden within whatever appears is something just a little more magical than it seems. — Laurie, What’s Right Here
Life became more of a natural, organic process. Figuring every step and knowing exactly how to do it was replaced with quiet joy picked up somewhere in the exploration, the delicate innate ability to trade in confusion for a search for tenderness and the magic of unexpected treasures found along the way.