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  • bigtara - bigtara @bigtara 16 minutes ago
  • And today’s #fullmoon message is sponsored by #Juneteenth. Juneteenth commemorates the June 19, 1865 when enslaved people of African descent in Texas, got the news about the Emancipation Proclamation 2 and half years late. They had been free but didn’t know. Are there ways that you are holding yourself captive, putting limits on your life? I got acupuncture recently and only then, seeing how my back reacted did I realize how much healing I actually needed. Sometimes we are so busy doing stuff that we don’t realize we are carrying unnecessary weight. Sometimes we are holding trauma but we don’t realize it because we have become used to it. I’m so grateful for this deeper level of awareness I have of myself. Are you aware of yourself? The more aware of yourself you are, the faster you can recognize when something needs some support. I’ve had to calm down and learn from this injury and bravely examine the emotions it brought up when I meditated and wrote in my journal. Have you ever heard of Louise Hay? She has this great book about disease and emotional trauma. Good info. This all made my full moon experience intense af lol. I’m working on being even more patient and kind with myself as I find my way. Unconditional self love. Another part of my self care was recognizing that I have to let people go through their karma. For whatever reason that could draw me in to try and help or control someone else’s situation, I have to trust them to work out their journey and focus on mine. Anyway, be kind to yourself. Have some #irishseamoss. That is one is my new jams. Google it. And be like that kid, breaking out of his perceived limitations and running free as his people cheer him on. Big love.
#lunarenergy#blacklove#louisehay #mind#body#spirit#alignment #fullmooninsagittarius#exhale And today’s #fullmoon message is sponsored by #juneteenth. Juneteenth commemorates the June 19, 1865 when enslaved people of African descent in Texas, got the news about the Emancipation Proclamation 2 and half years late. They had been free but didn’t know. Are there ways that you are holding yourself captive, putting limits on your life? I got acupuncture recently and only then, seeing how my back reacted did I realize how much healing I actually needed. Sometimes we are so busy doing stuff that we don’t realize we are carrying unnecessary weight. Sometimes we are holding trauma but we don’t realize it because we have become used to it. I’m so grateful for this deeper level of awareness I have of myself. Are you aware of yourself? The more aware of yourself you are, the faster you can recognize when something needs some support. I’ve had to calm down and learn from this injury and bravely examine the emotions it brought up when I meditated and wrote in my journal. Have you ever heard of Louise Hay? She has this great book about disease and emotional trauma. Good info. This all made my full moon experience intense af lol. I’m working on being even more patient and kind with myself as I find my way. Unconditional self love. Another part of my self care was recognizing that I have to let people go through their karma. For whatever reason that could draw me in to try and help or control someone else’s situation, I have to trust them to work out their journey and focus on mine. Anyway, be kind to yourself. Have some #irishseamoss. That is one is my new jams. Google it. And be like that kid, breaking out of his perceived limitations and running free as his people cheer him on. Big love. #lunarenergy#blacklove#louisehay #mind#body#spirit#alignment #fullmooninsagittarius#exhale
  • And today’s #fullmoon message is sponsored by #juneteenth. Juneteenth commemorates the June 19, 1865 when enslaved people of African descent in Texas, got the news about the Emancipation Proclamation 2 and half years late. They had been free but didn’t know. Are there ways that you are holding yourself captive, putting limits on your life? I got acupuncture recently and only then, seeing how my back reacted did I realize how much healing I actually needed. Sometimes we are so busy doing stuff that we don’t realize we are carrying unnecessary weight. Sometimes we are holding trauma but we don’t realize it because we have become used to it. I’m so grateful for this deeper level of awareness I have of myself. Are you aware of yourself? The more aware of yourself you are, the faster you can recognize when something needs some support. I’ve had to calm down and learn from this injury and bravely examine the emotions it brought up when I meditated and wrote in my journal. Have you ever heard of Louise Hay? She has this great book about disease and emotional trauma. Good info. This all made my full moon experience intense af lol. I’m working on being even more patient and kind with myself as I find my way. Unconditional self love. Another part of my self care was recognizing that I have to let people go through their karma. For whatever reason that could draw me in to try and help or control someone else’s situation, I have to trust them to work out their journey and focus on mine. Anyway, be kind to yourself. Have some #irishseamoss. That is one is my new jams. Google it. And be like that kid, breaking out of his perceived limitations and running free as his people cheer him on. Big love. #lunarenergy#blacklove#louisehay #mind#body#spirit#alignment #fullmooninsagittarius#exhale
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  • mom.bod.mind - Erin @mom.bod.mind 21 minutes ago
  • Everyday, I see something that more or less kills me with delight. (#maryoliver) .
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I think my favorite thing about Mary Oliver and her work is that she was never disillusioned as to how fragile, complicated, cruel, and still endlessly beautiful life can be. .
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I too have watched love through small, seemingly insignificant human-to-human gestures, hope in the midst of despair, appreciation and understanding through loss. .
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Collectively, it’s these observations, these reflections that have helped me make sense of my own world. I can easily take it for granted that I have the opportunity to sit with patients everyday and listen to how they have made sense of their own experience in the world. To be a piece of their story. To be a part of they way they tell it to themselves. .
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I’m not totally sure what I’m getting here, other than I haven’t had too much to say on here lately. I’m in a season of observing, absorbing, and appreciating the people and the things around me that more or less kill me with delight. Daily. 💜 Everyday, I see something that more or less kills me with delight. (#maryoliver) . . . I think my favorite thing about Mary Oliver and her work is that she was never disillusioned as to how fragile, complicated, cruel, and still endlessly beautiful life can be. . . . I too have watched love through small, seemingly insignificant human-to-human gestures, hope in the midst of despair, appreciation and understanding through loss. . . . Collectively, it’s these observations, these reflections that have helped me make sense of my own world. I can easily take it for granted that I have the opportunity to sit with patients everyday and listen to how they have made sense of their own experience in the world. To be a piece of their story. To be a part of they way they tell it to themselves. . . I’m not totally sure what I’m getting here, other than I haven’t had too much to say on here lately. I’m in a season of observing, absorbing, and appreciating the people and the things around me that more or less kill me with delight. Daily. 💜
  • Everyday, I see something that more or less kills me with delight. (#maryoliver) . . . I think my favorite thing about Mary Oliver and her work is that she was never disillusioned as to how fragile, complicated, cruel, and still endlessly beautiful life can be. . . . I too have watched love through small, seemingly insignificant human-to-human gestures, hope in the midst of despair, appreciation and understanding through loss. . . . Collectively, it’s these observations, these reflections that have helped me make sense of my own world. I can easily take it for granted that I have the opportunity to sit with patients everyday and listen to how they have made sense of their own experience in the world. To be a piece of their story. To be a part of they way they tell it to themselves. . . I’m not totally sure what I’m getting here, other than I haven’t had too much to say on here lately. I’m in a season of observing, absorbing, and appreciating the people and the things around me that more or less kill me with delight. Daily. 💜
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