“A solution will always float like a feather onto our floorboards, if we don’t forget to leave a window open.”
Do magical forces prod and nudge us to take care of the land and the Earth? Maybe so...
Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm wrote:
“Nothing is as it appears to be, and life is more fun than you first imagined. There is a hidden beauty and a hidden power in all of nature, as you open yourself to it, you will feel close to the earth....and the water.”
I’d add, in the practice of Wondering each day, look for the magic behind what you see. Nature has a way of showing itself in quiet waves and layers, like an onion. - MJ
For any Journaler’s and Writers, here is a Writing Prompt for the Week:
A Photo Prompt for the week: What on a hike might you see more deeply into if you stop, walk around it, sit with it and spend more time ? This could be anything in nature. From trees to bushes, rocks to creek-beds. Everything has layers. See if you can peel some back, and capture images that reveal a new perspective.
A reminder if you want to use this week’s mantra for breath work it is IN EARTH,
While you ground yourself, and breathing OUT SKY.
Have fun exploring, stay Curious, and Enjoy your mindful time walking and taking photographs in nature.
Goodnight where you are.....Goodnight Humans and Furry Animals....Goodnight to Half the Earth. Goodnight Planets and Stars. Goodnight Dreams.
Carr-Gomm, P., Carr-Gomm, S., & Worthington, B. (1995). Druid Animal Oracle - Trade Paperback. Atria Books.
Kvideland, Reimund and Henning K Sehmsdorf, eds. Scandinavian Folk Belief and Legend. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988.Mogensen, F. (2016).
Ancient Stories for Modern Times: 50 Short Wisdom Tales for All Ages (Spied.). Skinner House Books.
Portland Metro Nature Lovers - Join Our Wondering Meet Ups