today’s drawing of inner active cards was quite timely and powerful. it’s so fascinating to see what parts work cards are pulled based on the energy put into the deck. it’s another way to ponder or answer the profound question, “what’s alive in me?”
the card on the left perfectly depicts the state of the world right now amidst the pandemic ; the center card reminds me of a person from my past ; and the card on the right is pretty relevant. cheers to prevailing love!
i highly recommend checking these cards out, as well as the accompanying book, which i have been reading more recently. i find both resources to be very practical and relatable. it’s no wonder that the cards were a SALT studio favorite!
make space for the next version of you. she’s coming. – spirit daughter
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what a lovely surprise this morning to be greeted by studio newport who is turning social distancing due to the coronavirus into neighborly connection … a beautiful offering to the community and a creative way to document kindness during such an unforeseen time. click here to see more of this project taking place around aquidneck island!
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how’s everyone fairing out there? it is a weird and trying time. we are seeing many wonderful acts of kindness shining through, and at the same time, we are seeing a lot of fear-based living being brought to the surface by this coronavirus pandemic. i have been trying to stay centered and am giving myself permission to engage in things i find meaningful and important.
though we are all in this same boat of uncertainty, we are all weathering the situation differently. here are the top 10 ways i’ve been embracing the forced pause during this unexpected time. may we all be gentle with ourselves and each other.
rather, ten times, die in the surf, heralding the way to a new world, than stand idly on the shore. – florence nightingale
working / appreciating from home (and trying to keep my sense of humor alive) – i have coined #frontlinefriday #frontlinefridaychallenge, after “dateline friday” which i love, at my office to show appreciation to our staff who are tirelessly working the hospice frontline
they motivate us to play, be affectionate, seek adventure and be loyal. – tom hayden
playing and cuddling with my dog
some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat. – laura ingalls wilder
i am not interested in the show you’re putting on for the world. i crave vibrant + honest conversations tucked away in the quiet corners of coffee shops. i want to know what sets your soul on fire, the moments that shaped you into who you are today + what it is that makes your eyes light up when you talk ; community that is stripped down to the bone – no expectations, no judgements, just the complexities of your heart, pure + simple. – l.d.