Doing some spiritual work here. For me, this includes art, gardening, meditation, laughter, as well as some thoughtful rituals.
I visited with my favorite intuit recently. She's not a formal intuit, but when we talk, we both are hearing things from each other that don't come out in words. For me, this completely makes sense. Because I'm intuitive. I pick up the thoughts and feelings of others around me, whether or not they're said out loud or even directed at me. It's a gift. It's also a pain in the ass. Because it effects me in ways that can be confusing. When I acknowledge and give time and energy to my intuition, I am stronger for it.
So I'm doing a little work right now. It includes a little of this...
And a little of building my shrine...
And surrounding myself with more of this (art AdRi and I recently purchased)...
It feels good to do this work. I used to think I needed to foster my gifts through organized religion. As a child, my parents allowed me to go to whatever church I wanted. And I did. Methodist, Lutheran, Evangelical. After college I was a devout member of the Church of Religious Science. But I realize organized religion was a way for me to deal with listening to my intuition in a formal way. I'm finding the way to my intuition now on my own, and with a little help from my friend here. It's my magic. And it smells like rosemary, orange blossoms and frankincense.
I have a flower garden that is in dire need of attention this spring *wink, wink*.
I think it's awesome, your intuition, keep it up :)
*sigh* I love your blog.
I too am very sensitive to thoughts and feelings of others around me. I don't think it serves me.
I miss that quiet time to cultivate balance and peace in my surroundings.
Work is good. I love it when folks aren't afraid or embarassed or ashamed or angry about dealing with their spiritual side. Embrace it! Find it! See it! Good for you.
Thanks for the link. We appreciate it.
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