Category: four elements

I was born with it

Since I was a child I was aware of this something, a feeling that spoke to me of things that were about to happen. I felt the feelings and watched events unfold. Like an invisible friend it hanged on to me like a familiar… Continue Reading “I was born with it”

I am whole…

An open view as far as an eye can see. I can feel beyond that. For the first time in many years the picture is complete with every mountain sketch, rock, shoreline and a bird in the sky in full view. The sun is… Continue Reading “I am whole…”

Elemental

Link in breath with what’s desired Blow all that serves you not Be authentic and inspired Worry what may come or not   Liberation from entrapment Comes from knowing within Fire, Air, Water, Spirit Earth the Mother fully seen   Elemental is your wild… Continue Reading “Elemental”

Ostara 2020

Why this Ostara is particularly important… Blessings on 2020 Ostara, everyone and what a vital time this is to honour, celebrate and appreciate what we have and love. The season of transition is at its peak, which goes hand in hand with what is… Continue Reading “Ostara 2020”

Go ‘outside’ to come back ‘within’

By going outside one goes deeper within whether it is outside in nature or outside of your comfort zone or out out into a company of people that you might never do. Sometimes we have to challenge ourselves to ‘step out’ to come back… Continue Reading “Go ‘outside’ to come back ‘within’”

In a storm

The storm rages like I rage Eternal conflict between love and freedom The land encapsulates both And whenever I see destruction of nature both freedom and love die within me and I rage like the wildest sea that despite all life’s chains can not… Continue Reading “In a storm”

In need of balance and contrast

This last cycle of 2018 is showing up as a real blessing in its clarity and form. I feel grateful for the opportunity to see things unfolding in and around myself and being called to act. As winter approaches every year my Fire energy… Continue Reading “In need of balance and contrast”