Friday, November 14, 2008

Be Still my Soul

Stillness - several mornings recently I haven't needed to go in to my office till noon or after, & have luxuriated at home, all tucked up. Reading some of the others in Soul Coaching group bespeak setting aside a day (or morning?) for spirit or art work appeals.
I tend to 'do' more than 'be,' but that doing is often pretty sedentary, reading, playing the harp, jotting things down, . . . I enjoy the thought of time set aside for creativity to spark.
Another still time - my oldest grand daughter, 8, asked me to rub her feet (that's how I grew up, exchanging foot & back rubs with my mother, Lois), & her little sister invited me to tuck into bed with them for awhile, as they were falling asleep. The elder usually drifts off first, & she did. How sweet to share those moments.

3 comments:

Genie Sea said...

How endearingly peaceful! Thank you :)

Sacred Suzie said...

What beautiful moments indeed. You play the harp? Oh how I love the harp. I had a harpist at my wedding. Sedentary moments of beauty are worth living for (especially when there's a harp playing).

I've done detox diets before and drink mostly water, maybe some juice but I have heard of people having very bad reactions to aspartame. I take magnesium glycinate before bed and that helps with deep sleep. I will be back to Vitamin D very soon too. Excellent advice! Thanks for the energy. :)

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