Creating sacred space for ourselves in our homes helps us to feel more calm and centered in our bodies, and is a great way to enhance our meditation practice and soul work. Sacred inner space is the tranquil atmosphere we create for the psyche — where we can go even deeper in our meditation and even further in our soul work.
By working with your Ecstatic Self, you grant yourself the opportunity to test out new territory and familiarize yourself with new energetic dynamics, almost like test driving a new car.
The Moon is said to govern our inner world — our shadow self — reflecting our deepest fears and most profound desires back to us and charging the well of our intuition and creativity. Each phase in her cycle is marked by a distinct ebb and flow of powerful lunar energy, and by aligning with her cycle we can keep ourselves in balance and better regulate our intentions, monitoring where we are and how to best move forward.
We exist and operate in four distinct states of being — our physical bodies, our mental bodies, our emotional bodies and our spiritual bodies. Therefore, to create change, actively engaging all four bodies is key, for change is a holistic process;
By releasing the negative energy in your life, you are ultimately creating space for new energy to come in; You are clearing energy that is blocked, moving energy that is stagnant, and thereby stepping back into the flow of the Universe and opening yourself up to new opportunity.
Animal spirits come to us with great wisdom to share, to help us heal and to help us grow. They act as our teachers, our guides, our allies, our challengers and our protectors. They encourage us to find balance and harmony, they bring to us courage and strength, they show us how to adapt, how to stand our ground, and they reflect to us the great wisdom inherent in ourselves already.
Like fresh snow that covers the ground in pure white, Winter is our blank slate. We enter this phase after moving through a period of release or loss; Perhaps we have decided to end a friendship or relationship, quit a job, or change careers altogether. Perhaps we have lost a loved one, or our home. It could be leaving a city — or a country even — and moving somewhere new. Whatever the case, we have let go of something familiar and find ourselves in a realm of unfamiliar, and in this new space we are faced with the task of redefining and redesigning who we are and how we want to express ourselves.
“Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.”
Henry David Thoreau
I think my biggest fear has become that split second between this world and the next, and looking back with regret instead of looking forward, satisfied, satiated, and ready for a new adventure.