I came across this lovely blog today about our seemingly ‘mundane’ lives (courtesy of The Dancing Scribe by Tess Holland) — I just had to share it with you! 🙂
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I was wondering what the result of one person experiencing the divine influence of all that is, while getting on with an average day, could be. When we discover how to bridge the gap between the mundane and the extraordinary, which side would we naturally be drawn towards?
The mundane could be thought of as the form that keeps us grounded. Allowing us to keep doing our essential daily tasks, while at the same time giving us the freedom to let our thoughts and imagination soar. Thereby creating an opportunity for other entities to merge with us which would abolish our perception of what was once the ‘mundane’.
And so starts a beautiful circle that in turn enriches daily life.
A spinning wheel of love, awe and gratitude sending love-light into the universe, back into Gaia’s arms, where it rises through us and transmutes into self love. And the cycle continues.
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