Yesterday in the Sensory Awareness workshop one person asked: “What’s the difference between being grounded and feeling the ground?

I’ve been sitting with that and have come to understand that the point is unity.  Unity is a place of grace.

I was at the vet early this morning with Tiger.  He has hurt his ankle and was not pleased to be in a crate going to the vet but we’re home now and all is peace.

Construction is happening next door, and noise will be my friend for the next few weeks, or perhaps a month.

It brings me to unity, unity in myself and with the world.  Peace.  

Pansies along a fence in Berkeley – Lantern Lights






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