|October 31, 2019October 8, 2020 You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. 5 Comments Lee-Ann 2 years ago I’ve always had difficulty maintaining a daily ritual. Lately, I’ve been doing morning mantras while staring in front of the mirror. So far so good on keeping them going daily. I’ve had lots of birds lately, letting me know I’m on the right path, doing the right thing and some days when I’m struggling, they sit on my porch, look in through the sliders and squawk at me. They are not singing, but they are definitely talking to me and letting me know to get out of my slump. They actually do put me at ease. Log in to reply. Carol 2 years ago I made my own smudge sticks from herbs in my garden. Rosemary and tarrogan work well together and it was great to use something I had made myself. Log in to reply. Kaya Cooper 2 years ago My daily ritual is meditating. Today I for about 2 hours altogether. I have all different kinds of meditations I do each day, and I I just added another source of meditations I like. Thus a little longer today by 40 minutes. I really enjoy meditating and am all about treating myself well. The fallout is I get along with others better too. I can’t enjoy outdoor adventures much anymore, but the places my mind and heart travel seem very adventurous to me! Log in to reply. Raven Blakely 2 years ago Morning meditation is a ritual that I used to enjoy, and for some reason I have quit doing that lately so starting today it’s 15 minutes of quiet time to myself before I do anything else! Log in to reply. Karen Sky Dancer 2 years ago Greetings beautiful Soul Peeps Another challenge question with far too many instances to report! The two most recent are the loving farewell with some diseased trees in our yard… we needed to set them free so I spent time with each one asking if they were ready and the day they were released was one of deep emotions And yesterday I stood in awe of an incredible sunset and felt the warmth and love of all of creation permeate my being Aho fellow travelers Log in to reply. Leave a reply Click here to cancel the replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.