Just this for today. Short. Simple.
Until recently, I hadn't fully realized how skillful healing could be - both the offering and the receiving.
Do you know what you need when you are in need? Or what to offer? How to begin?
To know how to repair and restore ourselves and those who need us will be taught in my classes from now through the fall. Deep blessings for all of us.
Consider these words an invitation.
Honoring Ebb and Flow
Inspire peace in us today and help us cultivate trust that all is as it should be, as it was meant to be, even when we're treading water. Teach us to float effortlessly when the waves threaten to take us out one last time for good. Help us learn that it is surrender held in tandem with our best effort which puts us on the right path.
Help us, Wise Ones, to claim our grief and show others that we can make room for theirs, too. Remind us that there is no such thing as personal pain, that we all experience suffering and that it is meant to be shared.
Allow the forces of nature and Spirit to guide us to what we want and help us learn the acceptance to receive exactly what e need. Pull us in and push us out, agitate us gently to keep our cells turning over and our knowledge fresh. Brush off our accumulations and attachments at just the right time, when something unknown is coming in.
Help us find our way through this day, giving and receiving love from you and those who surround us, in a beautiful ellipse of reciprocity. Show us how to balance the doing season with rest, grant us permission to plug into the Great Source for much-needed rechargings.
Let us give thanks and get our knees dirty as we make offerings for grace.
~ Pixie Lighthorse, Prayers of Honoring
If you find yourself overtired, restless, remember there is a yoga nidra on my website to keep you company and bring you bodily quiet. I use yoga nidra at least 2 or 3 times each week. Listen here.
I look forward to seeing you Sunday - 8 am Kundalini or 6:30 Vinyasa, both at Fed Hill.
Enjoy the vacation possibilities of the late summer wherever you are.
Much love, Martha