Hi everyone! I hope you enjoyed my 14 days of summer meditations. For those of you who followed along, thank you. Even though summer doesn’t officially end until the autumn equinox, Labor Day always feels like the “official” end, so I hope you have a great one today!
In case you missed the series—enjoy!
14 Days of Summer, a Meditation
• Day 1, Flowers: Desire
• Day 2, Fruit: Nourishment
• Day 3, Sunshine: Unconditional Love
• Day 4, Clouds: Dreaming
• Day 5, Rain: Replenishment
• Day 6, Rainbows: Healing
• Day 7, The Forest: Intuition
• Day 8, Ocean: Rhythms
• Day 9, Ponds: Reflection
• Day 10, River: Surrender
• Day 11, Swimming: Joy
• Day 12, The Road: The Journey
• Day 13, Gathering: Connection
• Day 14, Ice Cream: Creation
I did enjoy your 14 posts to make us more aware of Summer. Now I am aware of it going.
Since we had no real summer, since we got so much rain, I planted my favorite flowers after the monsoon, hoping they would come – and, they did! Zinnias, Sunflowers, Love in a Mist, and Calendula are all blooming!
But oh, I do feel the fall coming….and like you, have always felt a sense of foreboding.
I will watch and become aware of the thoughts this year…and breathe, and wait for spring’s return.
Maria, I will miss your daily Summer meditations, but will look back and read them again and again. And I know we will continue to get much wisdom and thought provoking messages from you even though Summer is drifting on. I Love the Fall, so I will have much to look forward to, but my darling Goddaughter has gone to Canada for College, so a piece of my heart is missing right now and I’m going to learn to deal with that as I drink in the Fall colors. Life is such a mixture of joy and pain, but I wouldn’t miss it for anything. Thanks again.
Thank you so, so much for sharing your meditations. Both the act of your giving and the content of your gift were beautiful.
Ever thought-provoking. Looking forward to autumn and your next set of thoughtful meditations. All the best.
I really enjoyed your 14 days of meditations. Both thought-provoking, and motivating. Thank you for sharing your inspirations with us.
You’re a wonderful woman, Maria. I’m happy for all of us out ‘here’, that you are online to share with so many. God bless you.
Maria, would you consider doing some Fall and Winter meditations? I also feel sadness with Fall approaching (thanks to seasonal affective disorder) and truly dislike Winter. Some meditations for the change of seasons would be great! Thanks.