Tales of a Garden Buddha.
“Birds learn to fly, never knowing where flight will take them.” -Mark Nepo
Questions for the new Aquarian Age:
- Just how often do we cripple ourselves by not letting love with all its risks teach us how to fly?
- How many times do our hearts stall because we won’t let the wingspan of our passion open us fully into our gifts?
- How frequently do we search for a song of guidance that can only come from inside us? -The Book of Awakening.
Meditate on some desire you have hesitated to give life to. It might be your want to dance or play an instrument. Perhaps an impulse to travel or an urge to get to know someone, even yourself.
-Breath, letting the feeling rise unencumbered.
-Breathe and focus on your hesitation. It might stem from a fear of failure or rejection or a fear of the unknown.
-Breathe through your hesitation, knowing that, just as wings can only fly if they flap, your ability to live deep things–to be in relation to other life–will grow only if you try.