When life looks gloomy and events drag us down, it helps to remember that change is in the air (even if we can’t immediately see it).
" ...we aren’t much good in the outer world if we haven’t taken the time to heal our wounds and assess what truly makes us happy."
"As we meet big life changes, what do we need to release for our own renewal?"
"We may not always see the pivotal cusp of a cultural shift until we are on the other side of it. But make no mistake; we are living into it now."
In creating new ways of being, seek out role models for how you want to be in the world.
I release the old to make way for the new. I am open to guidance in all its forms. I fill my heart with peace. I lift my spirit with harmony, light, and love. I embrace the small miraculous gifts of each day.
Our heart will let us know what is being asked of us. Maybe at its source our anger is actually fear: fear that our loved ones are at risk, fear that we are not enough, fear that we are powerless, or fear that we cannot solve our current problems. Fear wears many masks. Mindfulness practices may also reveal the deep love or sadness hidden beneath our anger.