rooted and grounded

hey there lovelies and a very happy friday to you, wherever in the world you may be. today i wanted to share with you some thoughts on being more rooted and grounded.

i have been working hard on healing and growing lately, and huge shifts and progress have been made already.

like anything worth doing though, this work is not always a walk in the park! just when you think you have it all figured out, a whole new layer reveals itself to you. i had been pottering along very happy on my wiccan path.

i know i have written about that a lot here and even written courses about it all (which i still stand by – they’re full of juicy wisdom!). for me, one grounding exercise barefoot in the garden on a friday night has lead me off down a different path of more goddess based spirituality.

right out of the blue.

but i know it’s right. i feel grounded in my truth a little more. it feels like it’s how it should be.

anyhoo, in honour of this grounding process i am on, i wanted to share some lovely timelapse root chakra girl art with you here. enjoy!

isn’t she lovely? i’m busy behind the scene turning that timelapse into a wonderful sacred sounds awakened meditation video. i’ll hopefully be able to share the details of that with you very soon.

here she is close up:

rooted and grounded

take her home with you: original art; necklace; brooch

have a wonderful friday and fantastic weekend lovelies!

ps. if you want to invite a little bit of magic and creativity into your life why not take a gorgeous ecourse? i have lots to choose from – all designed to help you find the time to be creative :)

pps. if you want to work more deeply with me and truly unleash your inner creative magic and ignite your soul self then the sisterhood would be perfect for you.

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10 thoughts on “rooted and grounded

  1. I’ve been doing a lot of “growing” and changing over here, too! I can easily believe that a grounding practice barefoot outside could set you on a new, more grounded path. Being in nature is transformative, and a lack of nature is one of the reasons returning ‘home’ to Hawaii after our month in WV is so difficult for me.

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