Do I really want to live as a wandering nomad with no strings? To be honest, I’m not sure. But there are times when we need to ask ourselves the hard questions around where we live, how we live and who we live with. It doesn’t mean we’re unhappy. It’s just a kind of ‘checking in’ to see where things are at.
The One Thing That Changes All Relationships. ~ Freya Watson We live in a vibrational world, where similar vibrations attract. “I was going through a tough patch in my relationship. […]
According to some old storytellers, the fairies disappeared from Ireland with the arrival of electric lighting and, from where I am today with experience in shamanic practice and energy healing, this makes perfect sense. But it’s not so much that I think they’ve disappeared—I think it’s more that we’ve become desensitized to what may be ‘out there’.
I might wish I was a pond-skater – with its lightness and delicacy – but I guess I’m some kind of a benthic organism, perhaps a starfish at best.
Although addiction is normally something that’s discussed in the context of drugs, alcohol and sex, I’ve seen addictive behavior exhibited around spiritual practices too—over-emphasis on fasting, meditation and plant medicines to the detriment of general health and joy.
I don’t need him to change so that I can love him more. Just as I hope he doesn’t need me to change so that he can love me more. We just need to adapt our behavior so that we can get on more easily with our lives together.
The feminine, the earth, mother nature—she is a fundamental part of us, whether we like it, understand it, respect it, or not. We are, both men and women, deeply and naturally feminine as well as masculine.