It’s been some week hasn’t it? It seems like a perfect time to me to share a few links of things I’ve found uplifting and/or delightful. I’ve decided to call these posts FGES, which stands for Feel Good Energy Shift. While I think I’ve only talked a handful of times on this blog about what I do work-wise (and that’s the way I like it and intend to keep it so), the branch of my business that is my flower-essence & aromatherapy aspect is called Feel Good Energy Shift. Clearly I like the name, and it represents an ideal I uphold. I believe we are all powerful creator beings, and when we can hold the highest vibrations available to us, it serves the collective and ourselves immeasurably. While I’m in no way suggesting we shouldn’t feel what we feel, or that everything is wonderful – of course not! – I think there’s room in all our lives for some feel-good. And here are some things I found this week.
- Poet Dominque Ashaheed’s performance of “I am learning to be a flower.”
- A precious version of “I Wish You Love.”
- Perhaps you’ve seen this as it’s been widely shared, but I can’t help including it as it’s from my city and it delights me. We all need some penguin adorableness don’t we?
- A moment of calm.
Wishing you a feel-good weekend, or at least a window of ease and grace if not outright joy.
I’ve seen the penguin video and couldn’t stop laughing. The whole thing is absurd, which makes me happy. The huge flowers are amazingly beautiful. Oh to be a bee landing on one of those.
The video IS deliciously absurd and delightful! And now you have me smiling thinking about the proper sized bee to land on those giant flowers.
Thank you for sharing. The weather has been sunny here which has made my isolation easier. I’ve walked, run and worked outside. My mood goes up and down, which is probably normal considering the circumstances.
Yay for sunshine and getting outside to enjoy it! And I agree Margaret – these are wobbly times and it’s reasonable to expect our emotions reflect this.
Very nice, Deborah. Wouldn’t you love to be in the flower lady’s studio? In fact, I’d love her to have a giant flower nursery where you could get a flower!
Indeed Carol – that would be so wonderful!
Love the initiative of the NYT…thank you for these calm spaces. YAM xx
May we all find places of calm and comfort as needed!