The mind cannot successfully navigate and interpret life all on its own.
Our internal guidance system, our own deep knowing, is a powerful resource that many have forgotten how to listen to, or perhaps never learned to trust in the first place.
Cultivating a trusting and abiding relationship with our intuitive knowing requires stillness, quiet and spaciousness.
Learning to listen to our own deep knowing is learning to be in tune with all the wonder and wisdom inherent within each moment.
How can we learn from and be guided by that which speaks from deep within us when we’re so distracted by all the noise around us.
“We cannot see our reflection in running water.
It is in still water that we see our true reflection.”