Contemplating March

With a glowing candle and some soulful-smelling healing incense, I sit contemplating the changing of seasons and the newness of March. 

I look out unto my yard pondering which seeds are ready to sprout, bloom, and create balance and wellness in my life. And I wonder which weeds will need to be pulled and removed to make sure what I’m putting in my landscape will play nicely together for an ideal experience and harvest this season.

Composting is a continued focus as well.  It’s not just “trash” but a living component of the eco system within me and my space.  Not all of everything needs to be disposed of.  Some parts work well to blend and nourish the aspects of future creation.

I’m thrilled to be creating a beautiful natural reciprocal healing space and experience in my world, inside & out.  People & plants. Respecting and having gratitude for the Earth and its gifts, I can do the same for my body by continuing the ongoing practice of healthy eating, thinking & being.

I love a morning’s stillness; its quiet, relaxing vibe.♡

As I sit for a spell in silence, I recognize that #MindBodySoul is an every-day practice for me, and I acknowledge that I’m a work in progress… and so are others. An aspect of this daily practice is easily forgiving in the many faces and facets of misunderstanding, challenge, or grief.

My intentions are good. I’m always trying to be a loving, compassionate, understanding, patient person, regardless of what my outer characteristics may portray me as. You never know the inside softness of one’s heart from the outside until you actually listen.

I give you my daily affirmation: 

I am whole, healed, happy; healthy, wealthy, abundant, and wise.

Say it for yourself.

It will be so, and so it is.

✌️💚🙏
Shannon

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