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.
Courage to be ourselves more fully and keep on walking
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.
What a great question to start the year! ‘Who do I want to be?’ prompts fertile reflections and practical steps, infused with integrity.
What might we gain if we took a leaf out of the slow movement book for our life and work? Counter-cultural, but rich and rewarding. Why not!
Going with the flow internally. Reflecting on the way water moves in the valley to be encouraged to unwrap our unique and precious identity.