"Within you there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself."- Hermann Hesse
Today during Summer Solstice we dance and play and welcome this night full of light and joy. At lunch time today I am going to play music and have the kids grab an instrument and dance and play in the yard.
After the dance and play I always crave stillness. I like to lie inside of soft space and feel, observe, be present.
As part of The Making Space Cleanse we will take our first day to observe stillness. To be present to our homes.
I'm sharing a piece of day 1 with you. My solstice gift to you.
After the dance and the celebration of light, allow yourself to start the preparation into cleansing your home, hearts and minds for the summer.
The days for those who join us on this journey will also include soulwork, videos, recipes and books that I love.
The video is a peek into our soulwork for Day 1.
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The most important part of making more space in our life is to spend time in stillness. Meditation, soft space (time spent doing nothing but being) and daydreaming are ways of being still. For today I’d like for you to sit in stillness and observe. Look at the walls and windows of your home. Spend 5 minutes looking at the books on a book shelf that you see every day, without ever really seeing them at all. Watch a plant in its stillness as you sit and see the way the light shines off of it. Notice the textures of a pillow or the patterns on a rug.
Be still in your space in a new way. Sit somewhere new. Pull up a chair to a spot you’ve never spent time sitting and be still.
Tomorrow’s work will be based around what you observed today, so make some time to be still.
What are your first thoughts when I ask you to sit in stillness?
Does it sound too easy, or sound silly, or does stillness feel a bit scary or impossible to get to?
Look at what you have chosen (or perhaps not) to be around in your space.
And really look.
Take the time to be present to lights, sounds, textures, colors.