Inner SeedlingPosted November 1, 2016
Inside each of us is an inner seedling waiting to be noticed. As I work with clients, it often feels like I am energetically reaching in and nurturing each individual seed. When given the right conditions, each seed grows into a seedling which can flourish into a mature being. Even as the weather gets colder, we need to remember that our inner self still requires attention. There are so many ways to nurture ourselves, to give ourselves moments of quiet, to bring warmth into our inner core. It is when we or others ignore this delicate part of ourselves that blocks and illness arise.
My inner seedling is excited that we will be spending a few days at a family property at the beginning of November. The nurturing from being outside, close to the land, and by a warm cook stove is so important to me.
In addition, this idea of an inner seedling popped up in the book “Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person (reviewed separately).
As we move through the autumn and into winter, what are you doing to bring warmth and nurturing to your inner self?