Over the past few weeks the Elemental Energies of Water have been flowing through my life. Emotional turmoil has very much been at the forefront most days, with the slightest of triggers heralding deep emotional griefs and sorrows that had risen to the surface to be healed. It’s been exhausting.
Now I feel it is a time to bring in more Earth energy to balance things out and allow the healing work to be grounded into my energy system.
In Part Two of this series we look at the Second Gate of Grief: The Places That Have Not Known Love.
In Part One of this series we look at the First Gate of Grief: Everything We Love, We Will Lose.
We have all had those days, or even hours, when we seem to experience every emotion possible. Sometimes it even feels as though the emotions are blending together and it becomes an overwhelming task to even consider separating them. Yesterday was one of those days for me.
Can you relate?
Ceremony and ritual form a large part of our modern lives. It is an ancestral part of us that we have carried forwards throughout the ages. It is in our very bones. Today we see our main ceremonies and rituals during times of birth, union and death. With celebrations, such as christenings, birthdays, weddings and funerals, among others. But is there more that we can weave into our lives? Can ceremony and ritual form a basis for healing our souls?
When we co~create with the Nature Kingdom, we build a loving bond with our environment, our landscape and our gardens. This is much more than gardening to achieve a desired result. We begin to communicate with the land itself, the Devas and Nature Spirits that dwell there. We are cultivating a relationship that deepens the love in our souls.
"Can we speak in Flowers.