What's more instinctual than a wolf howling at the moon? The King of Stones invites us into great appreciation for the Wild this week, the Wild within and without. Embrace your Wild nature. Focus your gratitude on your connection to Nature. True wealth emanates from right relation with Mother Earth.
For some, The howl may also speak to the need for grieving, really digging deep and allowing ourselves to mourn what has passed or is passing. Feel into the sorrow, with gratitude for what was, then when you're ready... release! Letting out a loud, guttural howl... owwwwoooo!
Gratitude and grief go hand in hand. Someone once said that Grief is love with no where to go. Gratitude for what was acts as a balm, gently soothing the pain of loss. Mother Nature lovingly provides comfort in simple ways. Perhaps a long walk, being present with all around you would support you at this time. Notice the drops of fresh rain lingering on leaves. The way the sunlight peeks through the trees. The symphony of flowers rising, budding, blooming, then fading back. So much beauty to behold. Let the beauty consume you. Let it fill your pores. Then release. Smile.
Remembering that we, as humans, are a part of Nature. Our wildness is innate. The dis-ease and discomfort we often feel is a result of the disconnection modern society indoctrinated us with. We long to return home, to nature. And we are welcomed, in each instance, with open arms.
This week, in some way small or large, I encourage you to court the connection, the relationship you have with Nature. Presence is perhaps the simplest way to begin.
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