Monday, May 26, 2014

Inhabiting the Sacred

I have enjoyed a long Goddess pause from writing. I'm surprised that it's nearly 2 months since my last post.Where has the time gone, and what have I been up to?

I fully believe that it's vital we engage in what feels sacred to us. What moves us out of our bed in the morning? I can't emphasise it enough that we immerse ourselves in joyful, meaningful and 'whatever makes your heart sing' activities and projects at this time of our lives.

For me, there were two things I needed to soak up by mid year. 
One was a long-held dream of visiting and experiencing the sacred heart of Australia, Uluru, or Ayers Rock as it is also called. 

Though I only spent a few hours up close and personal with Her (due to tour constraints) I felt her seep through my body and bones. And I plan to return some other time and have a longer and very personal journey discovering more of her powerful, feminine essence.  






And the other was to join an Awakening Woman Yogini Sadhana with a circle of some 710 other women from around the world, in cyberspace. Ahhh...an experience so personal, supportive and sacred. As women and healers it's important we contribute to restoring this connection to the feminine essence (which belongs to both women and men). This feminine presence has been pulsing over the net daily, sharing and inviting Shree Lakshmi into our lives in many ways.

And I have finally got my tongue around chanting the Gayatri Mantra by Deva Premal & Mitten, a new learning activity I had been putting off.

Warm autumn blessings