Hear blessings dropping their blossoms around you. ~Rumi
I feel like celebrating today. I’m so delighted with my website’s new look and my new logo – everything is all fresh and shiny and makes my heart happy.
When I’m working with a client and they tell me they feel like they’ve really been seen, I always celebrate that as a truly sacred moment. I think that’s what we all want – to be truly seen for who we are. I’ve always thought of life as a process around that. We spend a lot of years trying to figure out who we are, and we often complicate it endlessly by trying to define who we are by attempting to figure out what those people and institutions in our lives want us to be and then trying to mold ourselves accordingly (whether in alliance with those perceived expectations or in opposition to them). But hopefully there comes a point when you realize that not only doesn’t that work, but you feel compelled to lay down everything that isn’t you. Sometimes it’s hard work and it can feel like there are heart-wrenching losses, but there is also tremendous relief and joy in owning your true self. And while I believe it’s an ongoing process as we are ever-expanding and ever-evolving beings, after a while, you move to the stage where it feels like what you’re doing is simply burnishing your true self.
And then when you’re seen that feels really really good! It is a sacred moment to be celebrated joyfully.
I’ve been burnishing Temenos of the Blessing Light and I’m happy to have it seen.
I’m grateful for all the love and support in my life that champions my burnishing. I’m grateful for everyone who reads this post and everyone who comes to take a look and celebrate with me.
And because I’m celebrating, I invite you to leave a comment on this post, and I’ll enter you in a drawing. I’ll record a brief message for you from The Sacred Rose Council and send you the MP3 link and I’ll also send you a bottle of my Joy auric spray. Tell me what you’re celebrating, what you’re grateful for, or just say hello. I’ll draw the winning name on Saturday July 30 at the new moon.