more than a year later, still dancing between storms

In celebration of my bloggiversary this month, I’m revisiting some of my favorite posts. This one first appeared in February 2011 with a different image yet feels fresh as a crocus in the snow. Heads-up: This blog might go “private” in the next few days, as I continue to play with new design themes/templates. If I appear gone, know that I am just away…

Cold Wave appears here with permission of photographer Neil Kremer.

Surely you have noticed — in your own life as well as in the lives of our greater planetary family — that smooth sailing has not recently been the order of the day. Floods and cyclones, revolutions and upheavals, rip-roaring tears in the fabric of individual lives, evolutionary twists and turns and taps on the shoulder have put into bas-relief what so many of us have known in our bellies and hearts for eternity (and then some!):

The rate of change here on Mother Earth is accelerating and expanding. Time has an altogether new and oft-unsettling quality. The familiar is beginning to feel alien — and you can complete the sentence yourself. What is old and no longer works, must (and will)  fall away. New ways of being, living and loving are blossoming — and will arrive most easily for those who can (and will) release their attachment to once-sacred cows. How you choose to moooove(sic) and groove through change is entirely up to you.  

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3 comments

  1. Ben Sichkaryk

    Rachel, it is what it is, as I am feeling what you are saying. I am feeling mother earth shaking under my feet and I watch my horses and see that all is in change and I welcome the change with open heart. I look forward to new life. I bless you dear lady with much love and healing and wish you the very best with all that is new in your life. xoxo

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  2. Ben,
    Such sweet words. Thank you. xoxo

    Carlos,
    Well, as far as “many more to come,” who knows? It is such a challenge to see further ahead than this very Now. Thank you for the heartful confetti! xoxo

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