Another lesson for my heart – practice release again and again and again, making room for healing and love and possibilities.
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Macro photo white anemone flowers back to back against dark green foliage; white peony embracing blue sky, receiving and releasing is the flow of breath of the Universe.
Macro photos of Diva, and the bright red and yellow bottle she asked me to remember her with. Receiving ritual turned opening-up ritual in the midst of grief and loss.
Macro photo of yellow orange double tulip, fully open, ready to receive the sun and the flow of the Universe, just as I ready myself to receive through this ritual.
In my quest for rituals I discover what I don’t need. I don’t need to know what I am letting go of. I don’t need to know what I will receive. Instead, I need to trust.
Macro photos of ice longingly reflecting the freedom of sky and trees; and of yellow butterfly floating towards mountains. My rituals are clamoring to be discovered.
Macro photos of yellow california poppy on the rocks and pink magnolia petal on green grass. Clearly, I have more work to do. I don’t want it to hurt.
Macro photo of pink columbine with white snow-on-the-mountain behind. Release is an idea whose blossoms kaleidoscope with colours and angles rare and exotic.