Honouring

Every Sunday in September I’ll be pulling a (virtual) card from the Universe Has Your Back deck and reflecting on it.


I honor how I want to feel

It’s hard to feel inspired at the moment. I started the academic year off with a burst of energy; I applied for lots of second jobs and wrote collaborative poetry with a colleague. I found out that my induction lesson will be on 30 September so maybe I’ll feel a bit more refreshed by then. I joined FemSoc. Bethany Rutter commented on my Instagram:

I got a grade eight haircut (one inch) with a two inch quiffy bit. My partner’s going back to work tomorrow (in person) while I’m still working from home. It’s quiet.

I finally discovered focus music on Headspace. It’s good.

And I read a blog post on blackandthemoon.com about tarot mistakes and it made me think of my own creative practice. I’ve particularly noticed when I look back at my blog that most of my posts this year have been a few sentences; and it’s true that I haven’t felt connected to my words in quite a while.

Gratitude

I’ve been taking part in KaMCOP Back on Track workshops. Here are my pieces from Create Calm.

Key

Every Sunday until September I’ll be pulling a (virtual) card from the Universe Has Your Back deck and reflecting on it.


The key to prayer is to forget what I think I need

I hoped to hear back about a research post I applied for this week. I was unsuccessful. But I got an unexpected call on Thursday from the college I had planned to join in September, they are considered running the counselling course again. I think, if it runs, it might be worth thinking about.

I spent this afternoon setting up a computer I was gifted last week. I am thankful.

Energy

Every Sunday until September I’ll be pulling a (virtual) card from the Universe Has Your Back deck and reflecting on it.


Energy flows where my intention goes

This weekend I intended to get back on my exercise bike. I did five minutes of cycling and then I got distracted. I had cut up a few pieces of material last week and the colours were playing on my mind a lot. I was wondering about ways I could weave my weaves together. Then I had an idea for my final year project so I started sketching and working out my weaving plan for the next twenty months.

Originally this post was going to be my penultimate affirmation card reflection. I was nervous about returning to college and university, so I thought this series of blog posts would keep me centred during the application process. I decided to extend the series until October.