Reaching for peace within, embracing the practice of self-love, this gives her the strength and courage to burst into bloom once again. Continue reading “Birthday Poem”
I daydream of meditating for hours. Laying or sitting in silence. My body comfortable and my mind clear. My reality is I am a super busy momma/wife/solopreneur/student. There are things to be done of which I must do. So, I micro-meditate. Continue reading “Busy Bee Micro Meditation”
“Breathe in, Breathe out
They say its all going down, yeah, all gone down
But from your center you can see its just goin up and around”
Here’s a little tip from me to you: Don’t hold your breath. Continue reading “Back to the Basics: Just Breathe”
My hope for abundance hastened my judgement when I dug up Continue reading “Still Learning to Love Myself”
I hear, “You just take things too seriously
Maybe you’re just too sensitive.”
I say, “WHOA… Continue reading “Snowflake in Summer”
As Spring comes around again…
Sprouts, having burst through, reaching, 2 arms to the sun
Young Robin I see you as you keep an eye on everything and everyone
Roots supple with what Earth gives in Spring Continue reading “As Spring Comes Around Again”
The hour was late and the evening had been pleasant. Glad to be snuggling into bed, I pulled the blankets over my body but found no comfort or warmth in them, instead, I felt covered by a sudden sense of dread. Continue reading “Trust in Self”
Sometimes I liken myself to The Hulk. I’m always mad but I don’t always smash.
Then I realize that I am not always mad; rather, I am almost always easily irritated by people when I’ve little time alone. Continue reading “The Hulk in Suburbia”
I love reflecting, connecting and dissecting (ideas and feelings – not frogs or the likes of such).
Thus, I shall blog.
My goal is to mash together my own musings, artwork, craft projects, life lessons and the things I notice in my profession – plastering them here, on this lovely internet for all to see (or not see).
I picked the name “Natural Serendipity” because I see Divinity in Nature and not just trees, rivers and rocks – Nature surrounds us and we are the connectors between our world and the multiverse. Shedding the layers of roles applied by society, we can allow our innate abilities to shine. Those abilities include feeling, thinking and being happily in existence in this life, on this planet, in this time – here and now.