Sundays are the perfect day to rejuvenate yourself for the week. Take today to relax and get your mind right. Renew your spirits. How? ⠀ ⠀ Get time away by yourself. Go for a walk, do yoga, journal, or all three!. I give a list on my blog (humblynurtured.com) if you need some ideas. The basic gist is to make time for yourself and do what you love. It's simple. ⠀ ⠀ What are you doing for #selfcaresunday ?
☘️ Probably one of my last gatherings of Red Clover for the year, but the lovely thing about wildcrafting, herbalism, and living in rhythm with the seasons, is that as one aspect wanes, another joy arises. And this time, it's finding our first fully ripened Rose Hips of Autumn! 🌹🍒 #myherbalstudies#wildcraft#redclover#rosehips
SUNDAZE✨VIBE• Great Risings Earth Fam ✊🏾💛🌎 | I've spent the last 10 years studying the meticulous balance between a spiritual practice of ecstasy and embodiment and a spiritual practice of mindfulness and spirit. • When we eschew the ecstatic, we will always be searching for more. • So what does that really mean? Let me start off by saying that in meditation, we often attempt to transcend the body, mind, and emotions. And this can be so helpful in taming the emotions when they spiral out of control. But in my opinion, modern spirituality has left out some of the amazing ecstasy of being embodied in human form: having the ability to eat, dance, scream, and deeply enjoy the experience of being human. • When we eschew the ecstatic, we will always be searching for more. Practices that help us escape the human struggles and the body's wildness, hungers, and feelings often leave us feeling less connected to the earth and all she has to offer. They tell us to keep things neat and tidy and "acceptable." When we try to control the force of nature within us, we try to control the forces of nature on the outside too. This leads us to care less about the environment and climate as we are so focused on our enlightenment and ascension, and controlling and managing, while Mother Nature is offering us wild, open, and free-flowing ecstasy in the body, the wind, the trees, swimming, making love, kissing, smelling flowers, and being alive. Ecstatic symbiosis with her means embracing all sides of her and ourselves. • CONTINUES IN THE COMMENTS BELOW ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
This is the yoni art that one of the wonderful women who attended my Earthed Sexuality workshop in Margaret River created. Her daughter saw her drawing yoni's and said "mum you're good at drawing flowers" hehe so cute.