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THE ELEMENTS of WHOLENESS
Fire flames purpose. Heat rises to bring the energy necessary to move forward in whatever capacity we desire. Creativity fuels our abilities, our growth, our imagination, and allows for full expression of our most authentic being in relation to others.
WATERS WITH FREEDOM
Water is life. Mostly because both our cosmic home and our traveling dwelling are comprised of 70% water. Perfectly in harmony so that we can honor the collective as we honor the individual. Our internal waters must flow freely and with ease to satiate and restore our organs, allow for mental clarity, and release the pollutants that we have come to live amongst.
What seeds will we plant? Both for the greater good and our personal enrichment. It's no secret that our connection to the earth greatly resembles our own connection to our bodies and the flora and fauna we feed it. As we develop and rebuild our sensory awareness to the soils, earthly beings of all kinds, and our relationship with food, we tend to our own inner gardens.
Air dictates the motion of our life. It can be still and quieting or forceful and quick to carry. The air we breath can provide a temperate platform for health or adversely intoxicate our senses. The quality and purity of our air has become of utmost importance in recent happenings as we begin to see the damage inflicted on this life sustaining vapor.
ETHER IN STILLNESS
Ether holds space for all others. It is the negative space, the void, in which all things exist. If stillness and absence of matter do not exist, there is little to no room for new possibilities and evolution. We can embody ether through meditation, holding space for ourselves to reach our potential. To invoke clarity amongst the chaos of our realities.
[ Set your life on fire. Seek those who fan your flames. – Rumi ]
[ When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone
before and the first of what is still to come. – Leonardo da Vinci ]
[ And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and
the winds long to play with your hair. – Khalil Gibran ]
[ Soar, eat ether, see what has never been seen; depart,
be lost, but climb. – Edna St. Vincent Millay ]
[ Unexpected change is like a breath of fresh air -- a little brisk at first,
but magic for the body and soul. – Susan Wiggs ]
Are you open to the elements?
How do you find wholeness?
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