It blows my mind that so many of us carry a digital chronicle of our lives around in our pockets/purses/manbags everyday.
I’ve recently committed to doing The Artist’s Way, which has been a brilliant discipline for writing each morning, but it has also made me realise how much journalling (the good old fashioned kind) or even blogging has taken a backseat since our Camera Rolls took over as the annual memoir.
This is a snap-shot of the last 12 months or so, courtesy of Instagram.
Although awesomely heart-warming for me to scroll through, its potential flimsyness is rather crazy too. If iCloud was to disappear into cyberspace tomorrow, taking our trillion terabytes of content with it, I wouldn’t have a physical photo album from any later than 2008!
So, making a renewed vow to keep putting pen to paper, paint to canvas and photo to printer. After all, no-one would’ve bothered to read or republish Anne Frank’s ‘WordPress site’.
A diary however, stays sacred forever.
The Spirited Project is a space for spirited humans who believe in living wholehearted, conscious, passionate lives.
It was created by my friend, Bec and Mumma, Robyn, in 2012 with the mission to provide a space for like minded, down to earth, courageous people to explore, express and reconnect with their unique spirit.
The project’s vision is to raise the vibration of the planet by upping the importance that we place on living from our authentic spirits.
Be part of it.
Spirited Sessions are practical, fun & wholehearted workshops, which will lift your energy and intuition. Through a powerful combination of meditation, physical work, energy healing and life coaching you will meet fellow Spirited friends, leave with a clearer vision of who you really are and what you’re here to do.
The next event, ‘Express Yourself’ is being held on Saturday 7th June, 10.15am-12.15pm
at Mysteries of Covent Garden.
We’d LOVE to see you there. Book tickets here (and why not bring a buddy who’d enjoy it too!)
I’ve always had a bit of a battle about where I belong, especially recently while mapping out where the stage of life might be.
But after lots of wise and kind advice over the last few weeks I’m beginning to realise you can belong anywhere as long as you belong to yourself.
After all, a set of wings are as important, or probably more, than a set of roots.
So, special thanks to my amazing parents for giving me both and continually letting me fly.
And to dear friends all over the world for helping make many homes.
Here’s to free falling!
Photo 2 & 3 from Storm Chaser
I’ve just discovered a wonderful book by Robert Johnson called Balancing Heaven & Earth.
In it he writes, “”Whether called faith, destiny, or the hand of God, slender threads are at work bringing coherence and continuity to our lives. Over time they weave a remarkable tapestry.”
I thought this was a very lovely and very fitting image for all the seemingly small things that link our lives. Individually they may appear tiny, but without each of them placed just as they are the whole artwork would fall apart.
What’s your intent today…?
Dream it, Share it, Achieve it