Spring is officially here. How is the change of season for you?
Just like the seasons we change and grow throughout the year. Summer can be a time of energy, fulfilment… Autumn a time for transitions, harvesting… Winter a time for hibernation and loss… Spring an opportunity for learning and awakening.
love & light,
the dancing soul
The heart is the inner face of your life.
The human journey strives to make this inner face beautiful.
It is here that love gathers within you. Love is absolutely vital for a human life.
For love alone can awaken what is divine within you.
In love, you grow and come home to your self.
When you learn to love and let yourself be loved, you come home to the hearth of your own spirit.
You are warm and sheltered.
Wind Down The Week
This Friday enjoy a wind down from the week in our yoga class with Athrú Yoga.
If you miss the class it will be recorder for you to enjoy over the weekend. Suitable for all levels.
The Weekly Wheatley Podcast with Art Psychotherapist Joanne O’ Dwyer
Dancing Soul feature in the Westmeath Independent.
Therapy Book Club
Hypnotherapy, hormones and childbirth: how does it all work?
Or: how hypnobirthing can help you reconnect with the perfect system your body is.
By Cecile Jacquot,
Clinical Hypnotherapy and Hypnobirthing
- What am I ready to let go of that no longer serves me?
- What am I ready to make space for in my life?
- How might the season of Spring support me in this?
Virtual Creative Workshop Series for Bereaved Children
words to ponder over the coming month…
i miss the days my friends
knew every mundane detail about my life
and i knew every ordinary detail about theirs
adulthood has starved me of that consistency
the walks around the block
the long conversations when we were
too lost in the moment to care what time it was
when we won and celebrated
when we failed and celebrated harder
when we were just kids
now we have our very important jobs
that fill up our very busy schedules
we compare calendars just to plan coffee dates
that one of us eventually cancels
cause adulthood is being too exhausted
to leave our apartment most days
i miss knowing i once belonged
to a group of people bigger than myself
that belonging made life easier to live
– friendship nostalgia
Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter. We hope it offers some sort of support and comfort during these times.