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    Articles,  Inspiration

    Transitions

    Summer is slipping away. We feel it in our bones. The way we can perceive a small change in the angle of sunlight, feel a slight coolness in the air and a subtle scent that signals fall is coming. It’s harvest time and plant life begins to recoil and leaves begin to change color and transition into something entirely new before they dry up and fall to the ground. The transition from summer to fall possess so much potency, mystery, beauty or predictability. The transition can feel bitter sweet. The reluctance to leave the one thing we’ve come to know and the uncertainty, excitement or dread to what lies ahead. These transitions are a gateway for what’s coming. How do we prepare, attune and orient ourselves toward the coming change? Does it even matter? What value do you place on the quality of experience you’d like to have as time and the changing seasons arise and slip by? How might you slow down, even a little bit, to let your senses and imagination guide you?     What to Remember Upon Waking by David Whyte…