Monday, February 15, 2010

I am beautiful, I am bountiful, I am bilssful.

My tea told me something beautiful the other day.

I am beautiful,

I am bountiful,

I am blissful.

Do you know that you are too!! If you are even reading this on a computer over the internet, you are SO blessed.

Do you drink tea? Are you taking your quiet moments? I know I have to work at it.

To be ever more mindful in my daily life.

“People usually consider walking on water or in thin air a miracle. But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air, but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don't even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child -- our own two eyes. All is a miracle. -Thich Nhat Hanh

Let's reconnect with this miracle more! The miracle that is YOU. Your world and all those things in it. Take it, use and shape it to your desires. For they are there for reasons. These and all other things are gifts that you are only remembering, everyday of this physical life. Thank you.....

To the unfolding of mindfulness and compassion in ALL the moments of your life.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Positively Kimber

Thank you Kimber! Love, Light and Abundance to you my friend on this wonderful day.

Kimber Spruce has been so gracious as to let me place my photographs along with her lovely and inspiring posts. You can find her blog at Positively Kimber. Her posts are insightful and uplifting. They are truly wonderful. Let go and let God do the heavy lifting! Let the divine flow in your life! Be the Bountiful Being you are meant to be~!~

I Love all you out there

The picture below is from the first installment of this particular collaboration.


As I look at these flowers and dwell on my previous post of Helena. I am remembering that these pictures were taken last spring. They are of many wild flowers just south of Austin TX. Many of these flowers are in my parents back yard, were we have planted a large wild flower garden for Helena. The "Mexican Blanket" flower above is a type of Helenium. There are many different ones. This garden was planted in her honor. In a memorial ceremony a year after her death, all who attended, spread seeds in the garden.

In the spring they blossomed into many different shapes sizes and colors.

As I am living my life in the winter I am very often reminded of our life cycles. We see the falling of the leaves and drastic changes in environment and weather. During this time the cycles of our planet and, our lives, are especially noticeable. In flux. Just as we too will have our final winter, we are reminded yearly and moment to moment that all material things cycle. They all come in and they go out. They are manifested, and they vanish away.

Nevertheless, as every winter comes, it also must go, transforming into spring. Just as we will blossom and transform. Surely as there is a spring to the winter. There is rebirth and a blossoming that is available to you in all moments.

As I look at these flowers I am reminded that we are all in a very powerful time. The winter can be a wonderful and powerful time for working on your intention for the year. Building up and setting your rituals in place. Reevaluating circumstances, habits, and character. Good time to get that journal out! What do you think!

But I am ultimately reminded of the blossoming of spring and divine transformation in our lives.

Thank you!

Thank you!

Thank you!

Thank you for being here.

God bless