the spaciousness of my true nature
that is the tag line of my business: "rest in the spaciousness of your true nature" and lately my life has felt quite spacious. i'm making some changes. quitting tobacco, yes i am, and jeez it's hard, but not impossible. exercising more, yes i am, and jeez it's challenging, but not impossible.
spending lots of time alone, yes i am, and jeez it's quiet and spacious and i find i like it a lot.
an old friendship is up in the air over money; it feels odd and liberating at the same time. was my role in her life merely to listen to her complain about all the crap in her life? if so, then time to shift out of that routine. if there is more, then i'm sure we'll figure out a way to get back to each other.
but in the meantime, i'm all circled up with my back out, if that makes sense. still conversant but the polite wall is in place.
and it's a beautiful early fall day in the Old Pueblo with rain promised for later in the week. lentil soup is cookin' away in the crock pot and even though my house is a mess, i am at peace.