But first squeeze the juice of your tears, rage, and despair
Let it burn, this tendency to want to quickly make it "better".
Here's to savoring both the sweet and the bitter -the lemons and the aid, the grace.
A profoundly important message, thank you so much HeatherAsh!
Without experiencing the wild force of grief, I'm not sure if I would have ever discovered the extraordinary depth and capabilities of this Heart 🧡 ... and still discovering!
Yes to all this Heather. Thank you. A phrase I say to myself is “everything worth doing has a mucky middle part”. This came from my years of intuitive process painting. The part in the middle where the painting is not working, it’s a mess, I want to quit. But the only way through is to stand with it and keep going with an open heart. And it comes together eventually in unexpected ways. But oh how the mucky middle part sucks - or worse. And can’t be avoided. Just like everything in this bittersweet life.
Thank you for that word bittersweet. One I have not thought deeply about before. YES. May we all become able to stand in the fire.
Whew! Did I need these words today, this week, this month, and the last few years! Thank you!
Thank you, HeatherAsh! <3
Oh girl. I’m so sorry for your loss, the loss of the creatures, trees, your communities loss. The grief is measurable And so is your hope. When we rest inside of the darkness, the light will come. ❤️ I am holding your hand my dear. 😊
So beautiful and poignant. The poem at the end brought a tear to my eye. Thank you for sharing this powerful and tender piece. ❤️🙏
I loved the post , it made abolute sense, I found it very beautiful and inspiring, thank you for sharing with us Heather Ash!!
Just what I needed to hear.🙏💜
This is a profoundly beautiful and important message. Thank you, HeatherAsh. xoxo
Beautiful ❤️ Often I wonder, had we only spent more time nurturing the soil, and tending to the roots of our pain, perhaps our forest would’ve grown back after the fires across the way in the Jemez mountains. But we didn’t. And now, decades later, the forest exists in a new form. Still beautiful, but much more so resembling a desert.
Thank you for this beautiful transmission Ash. And thank you for the book from Barbara, I will have to read it as that was my experience with Breast Cancer. I was NOT going to allow ONLY positive energy, thoughts and therefore bypassing but to be with what was real.