Chevron Amethyst comes today with its healing purple-white light to clear out the mental fog and chatter that is constantly running in the background. If you can take a few minutes today to experience quiet and meditate, that would be great. It is important to quiet those thoughts and simply tune into your soul once in awhile. Try quietly sitting and writing in a journal to get those thoughts out of your head and onto paper. If you can meditate or journal somewhere outside in nature, even better.
Your entire foundation relies on a healthy, balanced mind, body, and spirit. What better way to instantly gain that balance than by accessing nature. You don’t even have to go outside. Simply imagining being outside or gazing on a picture on your desktop or a household plant helps. It all helps you put everything in perspective, when you realize there is a whole other world out there that doesn’t rely on bills, work, commitments, etc.
For myself, I am grateful for the opportunity to have lived in areas where hiking trails, the mountains, and the beaches have all been pretty accessible. Growing up, I never got to appreciate the outdoors until one winter trip to Yosemite, in what would be the snowiest winter in years. During that week long trip, I gained a much better appreciation for the outdoors. The silent majesty of the sequoias, the thunderous ice-fall of Yosemite Falls, and the golden glow of Half Dome at sun rise all made me feel so small, yet so privileged to be able to witness it all.
Where have you been able to gain your foundation in nature? Is there a particular place in the world that instantly feels like home when you visit? I’d love to hear.