Tomorrow we honor motherhood in its wounds and blessings.
As I wandered in my backyard early this morning, I was remembering my own joys, mysteries, complexities and heartaches as a mother. And I began to wonder about mothers all around the world today.
This is an interesting time as we are navigating all that has shifted with coronavirus and I’m so aware of how we all may be experiencing it differently. Our realities are different, yet it is bringing to light our interconnectedness and it's complexities.
Every year that Mother’s Day comes around, I’m mindful of how we each can experience this day differently. This year is no different. In fact, it may seem to require even a little more of pause...a deep exhale and total presence with all that is happening in the world, in our homes, and in our own bodies.
I want to wish you a Happy Mother’s Day!
I first created this blessing was first created a few years ago and love it every year it seems to ask for a few new touches. Like motherhood, this blessing is ever-evolving.
Dear mothers of the world, sisters, I hold space for you this Mother’s Day in my prayers, in my heart, in my soul. I pray that if you are experiencing darkness, you may feel the nourishing light and energy of others coming to you.
And if you are feeling full in this moment, I pray that you would find ways to bless others as you release that fullness into the world.
May you know the gift you are just being YOU.
May all of our daughters and children know about themselves too because they see it in us.
If you are wondering as a mother or caregiver, how and when you might emerge from this interesting and life disrupting/shifting time, we begin a 4-week journey on May 12th (check it out HERE) to explore how to resource from within in times of transition to land resilient and centered.
We do this work for ourselves and embody wholeness and healing so we can show up and hold spaces of healing and wholeness for our children, family, people we care for, work with, our communities and beyond. The healing begins with us and benefits all future generations.
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