My winter of quietude

I have earmarked the next three months of winter and early spring as a time of rest, reflection, rejuvenation and deep breathing. Yes, I will continue to tend to my 3D world and professional responsibilities, but it is time to air out the innards and reorganize my being.

I have no wild get-up-and-go plans, but rather the idea to stretch like a cat, cushioned amidst sifted sunlight and allow, simply allow. I think the very nature of this allowing will serve as a prequel to letting go of the old and knotted and, thereby, encourage inner shifts.

Simply, I allow, which, in turn, releases what needs to be unclenched and freed. This creates space (remember, nature abhors a vacuum) for something in the background to take a step forward and whisper its presence and share its essence.

And, so it is, Lovies, my great winter experiment of reflection and contemplation. Please feel free to join us here on The Penguin. Through an assortment of lenses, we will explore the inner realms where the soul takes the lead.

And we’re breathing deeply… Don’t you feel better already? 



4 Responses to My winter of quietude

  1. Adele Ryan McDowell February 7, 2018 at 5:42 pm #

    You make me laugh with the ‘aspiring’ part. May you have a bit of quietude as well. Many thanks. Much love.

  2. Adele Ryan McDowell February 7, 2018 at 5:40 pm #

    Fabulous! And I love the work of Sharon Salzburg. May it be an especially propitious month.

  3. Na'ama February 1, 2018 at 8:57 pm #

    So glad you are coloring the next few months with hues of quietude, space, and gentle room for whatever needs shifting, easing, and resonating with the best and softest energies.
    Hugs and much love to you, from an aspiring quietue-esse … Na’ama

  4. Dianna Vagianos Armentrout February 1, 2018 at 10:54 am #

    Love this! Perfect timing. Joining Sharon Salzburg’s February daily meditation and looking at February as “Dianna’s month.” I will join you in breath, quiet and gentle movement. Thank you.