I was born and raised in a big city. Noise and dust were my rivers and hills. I had no relatives or friends living in the countryside. So, I’ve always spent my summer holidays away from night chills and morning moist.
[Does this sound familiar?]
Still, I had… something. I had my own Paradise. My own personal slice of Heaven. A small garden stretching at the feet of my childhood house. No more than two hundred square meters of clay and grass; some dozen bushes and six tall and slim poplars shadowing the alley.
This small garden was home for an extended family of squirrels and a neighbouring mole. From time to time, some tomcats flew the comfort of their private sofas to find freedom and peace.
I imagine many love stories tenderly started and violently ended in this tiny animal kingdom. Insects and birds, small earth creatures and domestic little beasts building a whole universe of their own.
The rumblings and the rustlings of the vegetation kept me awake, present, alive, offering me comfort when life gave me discomfort. They gave me shelter from the noise. They reminded me of the essence when decisions had to be taken. They gave me energy and joy, and they put smiles back on my face.
This small piece of Heaven enclosed by the big city reminded me, every single day, how nature and soul live in a continuum of love making.
How they feed one another.
How they mingle and swing.
How nature and the immensity of her power connects us with what we feel, need and love.
Nature is what brings us closer to our senses, tenderly guiding us into a deeper, more authentic connection with our inner rhythms, with our inner force, with our true nature.
Nature is what nourishes the feminine, bringing depth and intensity into our lives.
Nature’s rhythms are your inner rhythms.
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All my love,