A Sense of Wonder
Where are you experiencing wonder these days? Webster defines wonder as "a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable." In these days of pandemic it might seem impossible to experience "surprise mingled with admiration"; but I promise you... wonder is out there. I see it in teachers working extra hard to prepare online lessons, I see it in clients who are doing acts of kindness for family, friends, and strangers, I see it in the bees buzzing about my freshly blossomed sedum, I see it in the beauty of the changing of the season... It's out there!
There's one more way I experience wonder and that is through an amazing new venture that my dear friend, Robin, has embarked upon. She is the initiator and curator of "roots, wings, and wonder", a wonderletter. For those who are unfamiliar with what a wonderletter is, it can be explained as follows, "a wonderletter is an evolutionary newsletter designed to disseminate inspiration." The wonderletter is compiled from contributions by readers and delightfully coordinated into a thematic celebration of wonder and delight. Recipes, photographs, poetry, stories, and more deliver inspiration directly to your inbox. I am honored to have been included in the recent summer 2020 edition of the wonderletter. I invite you to check out the sound bath meditation that I created, specifically for "wondereaders" by clicking here. A full copy of the article about my work is included below.
If you are interested in learning more about how to experience more wonder in your life, click here to read more about the wonderletter and subscribe. (Be sure to follow the prompts to subscribe, as there is a double opt in feature to protect your privacy.)
As always, I am grateful to be your massage therapist, sound therapist, or natural health consultant. Stay safe. In health and wellness ~ r