How much space do you make to listen to your internal voice? Your voice of wisdom. Many experience their internal world being silenced or suppressed by the noise of the external world. We often loose touch to our inner voice, not recognising it when it does get a chance to speak. The pace of life can bring us away from ourselves, with days, months or years going by without reconnecting to ourselves, like sand slipping through our fingers.
The beautiful aspect of this is our inner wisdom is always patiently waiting for us to return, waiting for us to create space just to listen. In our society creating space for this kind of listening can be undervalued. Do you value listening to your inner voice? Your wisdom?
Over this month in June, how would it be to create intentional space to allow yourself to be. The opportunity to connect to your wisdom. How might that be?
love and light friends,
the dancing soul
Love yourself enough to walk into only the rooms and situations that show care and love for you.
Love yourself enough to walk out of the rooms that harm you in any way.
Love yourself enough to hold the people who harm you accountable for their words and actions.
Love yourself enough to express your wants, your needs, and your desires.
Love yourself enough to tell the truth.
Love yourself enough to keep yourself safe.
Love yourself enough to say enough is enough when enough has become enough.
Congratulations Lisa and Stephen
We are full of joy as our Director Lisa Quigley married her partner Stephen on a beautiful May day.
The Dancing Soul family wish you an abundance of love, joy and adventure.
As spring unfolds the dream of the earth,
May you bring each other’s hearts to birth.
As the ocean finds calm in view of land,
May you love the gaze of each other’s mind.
As the wind arises free and wild,
May nothing negative control your lives.
As kindly as moonlight might search the dark,
So gentle may you be when light grows scarce.
As surprised as the silence that music opens,
May your words for each other be touched with reverence.
As warmly as the air draws in the light,
May you welcome each other’s every gift.
As elegant as dream absorbing the night,
May sleep find you clear of anger and hurt.
As twilight harvests all the day’s colour,
May love bring you home to each other.
Discussing Hypnotherapy And The Myths That Surround It
By Teresa Bolger
John O’Donohue is widely recognised as one of the most charismatic and inspirational enduring voices on the subjects of spirituality and Celtic mysticism. This latest offering is a poignant and beautiful collection of conversations and presentation from O’Donohue’s work with close friend and former radio broadcaster John Quinn. These timeless exchanges, collated and introduced by Quinn, span a number of years and explore themes such as imagination, landscape, the medieval mystic Meister Eckhart, ageing, and death. Presented in O’Donohue’s inimitable lyrical style, and filled with rich insights that will feed the “unprecedented spiritual hunger” he observed in modern society, Walking in Wonder is a welcome tribute to a much-loved author whose work still touches the lives of millions around the world.
- What are some of the messages I have received about what it means to love myself?
- How would it feel to completely love myself?
- What are obstacles that may be presenting between me and loving myself?
- How might I support myself with these obstacles?
What dreams did I create last night?
Where did my eyes linger today?
Where was I blind?
Where was I hurt without anyone noticing?
What did I learn today?
What did I read?
What new thoughts visited me?
What differences did I notice in those closet to me?
Who did I neglect?
Where did I neglect myself?
What did I begin today that might endure?
How were my conversations?
What did I do today for the poor and the excluded?
Did I remember the dead today?
Where could I have exposed myself at the risk of something different?
Where did I allow myself to receive love?
With whom today did I feel most myself?
What reached me today? How did it imprint?
Who saw me today?
What visitations had I from the past and from the future?
What did I avoid today?
From the evidence – why was I given today?
Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter. We hope it offers some sort of support and comfort during these times.