alignment.

March 20, 2017 § Leave a comment

“You know those moments when everything is exactly the way it was meant to be? When you find yourself and your entire universe aligning in perfect synchronization, and you know you couldn’t possibly be more content? I was inside that very moment, and fully conscious of it.” – Alice Clayton

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Hombolt

Humboldt Toiyable

http://www.boomsbeat.com/articles/8005/20140826/36-beautiful-photos-of-humboldt-toiyabe-national-forest.htm

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“We need a home in the psychological sense as much as we need one in the physical: to compensate for a vulnerability. We need a refuge to shore up our states of mind, because so much of the world is opposed to our allegiances. We need our rooms to align us to desirable versions of ourselves and to keep alive the important, evanescent sides of us.”  – Alain de Botton

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Humboldt Toiyable NF

Humboldt Toiyable NF

https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/htnf/about-forest/offices/?cid=fsm9_026952

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“Our destiny is aligned with our heart’s innermost longing, a longing embedded within our soul before birth. This longing is a unique pattern or configuration reminiscent of the constellations in the night sky. When we express (press out) our unique configuration, it shines through us with an otherworldly luminosity, manifesting abundance in our lives and the lives of others. Our sole task is to yoke our inner destiny, thread it through our lives and weave it into the world. – Thea Euryphaessa

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Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/htnf/news-events/?cid=STELPRDB5413329

 

 

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“As long as we share our stories, as long as our stories reveal our strengths and vulnerabilities to each other, we reinvigorte our understanding and tolerance for the little quirks of personality that in other circumstances would drive us apart. When we live in a family, a community, a country where we know each other’s true stories, we remember our capacity to lean in and love each other into wholeness.

I want to live under such a practice of compassion. When I forget my place, when I lash out with some private wounding in a public way, I want to be remembered back into alignment with my self and my purpose. I want to live with the opportunity for reconciliation. When someone around me is thoughtless or cruel, I want to be given the chance to respond with a ritual that creates the possibility of reconnection. I want to live in a neighborhood where people don’t shoot first, don’t sue first, where people are Storycatchers willing to discover in strangers the mirror of themselves.”
Christina Baldwin, Storycatcher: Making Sense of Our Lives through the Power and Practice of Story

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