tears of love in quietude

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The cacophony of our worldly concerns can interfere with our ability to understand our own thoughts and feelings, so it is imperative that we take advantage of opportunities to be alone with only the stirrings of our minds and hearts for company. Solitude permits us to disengage from the mental and emotional patterns we adopt to help us cope with modern life. We consequently feel more attuned to what is taking place within rather than focusing on what is unfolding without. As we reconnect with our inner selves, the quiet and small voice of our innate wisdom becomes once more audible, and we relearn how to draw upon this gift in times of need instead of resorting to introverted behaviors. You will find your ability to capably shoulder your responsibilities returns today as you enjoy the benefits of self-imposed isolation……Daily Om

holy intentions….

When we’re speeding along, we violate our own natural rhythms in a way that prevents us from listening to our inner life and being in a resonant field with others. We get tight. We get small. We override our capacity to appreciate beauty, to celebrate, to serve from the heart…….Tara Brach

taking time to create altars of the soul…..allowing the quiet to ripen, to tend to our deep hurts……we heal in doses of hibernation, in the fallow times, in the nourishment of new possibilities……strengthen within……

Our hearts are our prayers. When we’re loving, we’re praying. Forgiveness is a prayer. When we forgive or ask to be forgiven, we’re praying. Acknowledging our completeness is a prayer. When we take the time to get in touch with ourselves, we’re praying……Edith Lazenby

2 thoughts on “tears of love in quietude

  1. …..to rest within the shadow a moment grieves – falling as a whisper on a sigh. To know this sacred endowment of will and want….to sleep sweet upon the questions. This, our joy, our promise, our truth……… Let us lean into the places of unknowing. ~ Ever love to you, blue. ~ Bobbie

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