The theme is :
An Alphabet for the Crone-ing Woman
(and anyone else who needs to shove that dark and negative clutter from their mind)
Pick a word or two, envision it, dissect it, meditate on it, make a mantra out of it, for an hour, a day, a week, a year. Write it once and tape it to the wall, write it 500 times if you need to.
When your mind gets murky and the worries and negativity set in, concentrate your thoughts on your word. Make it a habit. The more you do it, the faster you get at mucking out the manure. Use these words as map directions for your journey.
Fill your mind with the word you have chosen, make it a part of you, make it a part of your day, embrace it, heal yourself. When you are done and have made it your own, throw it out into the universe with gusto. Do it randomly or bombard someone you know with it. Plant it like a seed for someone else to grow and move on to another.
Some of these jewels are nouns, some verbs, some adjectives; some may seem repetitious but I included them because as the word was tweaked slightly they conjured up different images and ideas inside of me and might to you as well.
Add your own words.
I hope this will be a tool to heal, to grow, to share, and to wisely concentrate our crone years’ energies on. We can be bitter, sad, depressed on our way out or we can shine like a lighthouse.
Enjoy the journey!
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I don’t know what I was expecting from you, but this was a sparking surprise – the kind that never occurred to me and intrigues me. I will eagerly await your words – to see what they mean to you and what I find they mean to me. Meditating and dissecting words – that is a great suggestion – exercise for the mind and heart.
Ooooh I am liking this and so glad to be doing this with you! Exciting theme I could do with some positive light x
I want to shine like a lighthouse, so I look forward to visiting you again soon. And words – I love words — adjectives, verbs — anything that tells a story, describes a mood, is good with me. Happy is a simple, yet one of my favorite words. 🙂
Thank you Sylvia, and welcome . I think you will find Happy on the list for sure. I am looking forward to reading about Romania as well.