Meditating every morning became a super great way to start my day, however for 4 days I didn’t meditate, and I could really see day to day that I was slipping back into someone who I didn’t want to be, with each day I felt worse where my arms and hands were aching, as though they were holding in energy.
In Eastern Manitoba, I’m standing among the trees with my feet already cold as my friend Jenny and I harvest plants for our medicinal tea. I’m overtaken by this emotion of immense gratitude ever so much so that my eyes filled with tears, my emotion is this appreciation for the Earth.
We have evolved since our very first 13 Moons Calendar project which started in 2018, 2 years ago. We’ve encountered a few glitches, though it was the glitches that helped us to learn and grow with this creation of a 13 Moons Calendar.
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