learning to fly
I hope this newsletter finds you well and enjoying Spring with all the hatching, growing and flowering going on.
I’m enjoying watching 3 fledgling hawks having grown too big for the nest, still sitting on branches near the nest and peeping like babies. They seem nervous about taking flight yet this is the time to take flight. Maybe this sounds familiar?
I too am feeling the fear and the excitement of taking flight. As I speak with loved ones around me, I have a sense that many of us are being challenged to grow into the next step in our lives.
These past weeks, I’m finding lots of change happening in my life for which I’m needing to take deep breaths to stay grounded… mostly. I ask myself the question, “How do I expand to include this?”
The thing I pay attention to is whether my body relaxes with the idea of this change or not, regardless of whether it scares me. The body has such deep wisdom to guide us.
I’m admitting the truth even when it’s not easy and letting go of parts of my life that I’ve always held dear! And yet I trust in my direction, feeling more freedom to take flight in my life.
It is my joy to help you walk through these changes that we are all being called upon to make.
Simply being held can be the perfect medicine reminding you that you are not alone.
Sending my love and support,
Lindy Dakini James
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