In clearing space to receive ‘the song that is your life’, also tune your ears to hear the ‘most gentle whisper from One I never guessed would speak to me…’
What we need for ourselves in order to give something extraordinary to others
Do we realise what we’ve got? Our unique and precious sight that enables us to see wonderful things – if we take time to look.
Sometimes walking forward is the only option. We can’t stop the clock or sit down. But we can choose to allow kindness into our hearts rather than putting our armour on!
Hope begins in the dark, in the place of waiting, where we open our hearts to the seeds that will grow and show that spring has come.
The pressure to keep moving is immense. Doing, even when we’re not ready. The valley in winter encourages us to be content with the waiting, knowing that spring is on its way.
In the sparseness of Winter, we hear things more clearly. But where is our voice that uniquely expresses our essence? Where and when did we lose it?
The valley in winter is a surprising place for lessons in being – in recovering both internal and external connections to create and thrive.