Good morning, my dears, and welcome to the Friday Mirror
Let’s jump right in!
How has the week been?
It’s been an emotionally rough week. Nothing terrible. Nothing awful. Just lots of work to do. Invitations into the next phase of my development and the development of my relationships—including with my ministry. So that’s great!
What have I been up to?
It’s also been a fruitful week. I made a video! On the ever-evolving website! Julie is putting together a new site, and it’s still in process, but one of the things we did together was make my very first video.
It’s not perfect, but as Leonie Dawson says, “It doesn’t have to be perfect. It just has to be DONE,” and for the moment, it’s done. I’ll have a new one up soon, I’m sure, but this gives you the idea of what I’m trying to get across. www.thewayoftheriver.com home page.
I’ve also spent some time with my altar. Added some things, took some away, and begun to feel a new sense of connection.
I was also blessed to be interviewed by Lisa Young from the Heart of Business to talk about spirituality, flow, business, and what I believe the world needs. I think—as Joss Whedon has said—that our most necessary, fruitful gifts are living in the places we’ve always thought were “weird.” The places about which we may have been taunted as a child. The places it’s hard to explain.
So I’ve been thinking about these things this week, and considering what they might mean for me and for you.
Where are the “odd places” in you?
What do you have to offer that is different from others? Not necessarily in work or business, but in life, writ large.
What makes you most truly, deeply, madly you?
What qualities do I need to lean into this week?
Last weeks’ quality was trust, and leaning into that was so fruitful and wonderful.
This week, I lean into the embrace of the Divine who keeps me safe so matter what is happening. No matter what illness or difficulty or flaws of my own are in my way, I am nonetheless safe, because I am in the lap of the Goddess.
What do you need this week?
For what may we pray? For what may we hold you in the Light of Love?