Wednesday, October 2, 2013
This year's blogging break has been quite a cathartic change for me. I want to send a quick thank you to those of you who are still reading along. I can't say that things will get more frequent here, but I will say that when there is something I need to share it will be recorded here.
Last year I experienced a wonderful renewal at Autumnal Equinox and I think this year has brought the same freshness to my perspective. The coming of the rain brings insights into my journey. They are not always clear or wrapped nicely for me to discover. In fact they are often at the bottom of a pile that requires me to sit and slowly evaluate and discard things one by one. But what I am grateful for is the chance to move through the pile at my own pace.
Launching my art career has is now coming upon a year mark. It was last year that I discovered an opportunity and followed my instincts. Now I am about to pick up my work from my second show this year with 2 or 3 more (hopefully) to come before the calendar year ends. My mind is slightly blown from how life moves when things are falling into place. It feels really good, really right for this moment in time. I am building something for myself along with building for my family.
So my health goals and career goals are on track now. As for my spiritual goals...well they are still sitting in a corner of my mind. I see them and their importance is not lost on me. They call, I hear them. In this moment I struggle to find a place for them. I struggle to find words for them, while at the same time my continual refusal to name something so deep and personal still surfaces. For now, well, they wait. I know that they will find their place in my life when the opening happens. By opening I mean that life will find a space as it has before. That the seasons of our world are reflected in the movement through our days and we must accept that the pace of the dance is not ours to control.
There is more, so much to share. Thoughts, new stages, new opportunities. All in their own time.