"Let all your movement gently yield something of Love"
It is so easy lose touch with what is true and real inside us when on the seeming treadmill of life. I use the word 'seeming' here because in truth, Life is not what it appears to be. In a world that is jam-packed with so much 'doing' which consumes us the moment we jump out of bed (crawl for some?), in the carrying out our responsibilities and duties, something precious inside is being neglected - the joy of our own heart.
To come home to this inner joy , we must flip our mindset from the pattern of 'human doing' to human being again. Being Joy. Being Peace. Being Love. How do we do that? When you put the kettle on for your cup of tea, let all your movement gently yield something of Love. When you are walking down the street to your local shop, let all your movement gently yield something of Love. Whatever you do, however mundane, let all your movement gently yield something of Love. If you can keep up with this awareness throughout the day, you will begin to remember who you truly are, and what Life is really all about. I wish you the most beautiful and wondrous day.
piece of good news. We have another inspiring day coming up on June
14th - "Bring a Juicy Friend and Be Inspired Together"
at Five Lakes Hotel, Country Club & Spa, 3pm to 6pm. If you've
missed out on the inspiration evening we had at the book launch of
JuicyWoman - A Spiritual Guide to Your Feminine Radiance, then this
will be your chance to come and find out why it's so amazing to be a
woman. And to join a wonderful group of women to reclaim what is
rightfully yours - your true feminine radiance, gorgeous beyond
measure. For further details, contact us: email@example.com
weeks of devoted planning, I’m delighted to see the book
‘JuicyWoman – A Spiritual Guide to Your Feminine
Radiance’ finally birthed and launched on Sunday 10th May
this year. It was an immense joy to share this auspicious moment with
approximately 200 women from all walks of life and professions.
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