Country Escape anyone?
How about you do as the lovely Marissa did and book yourselves in for a couple of relaxing nights at our Cellar Door. This is what she had to say about her time with us:
“We had a fabulous weekend stay at the Cellar Door. The cottage was clean and warm and beautifully furnished. The bed was super comfy and there was a good sized kitchen. We especially loved the location, close to many vineyards (Justine gave us some great recommendations) and a short drive into Bowral. Boots the Irish Wolfhound is gorgeous, we loved him!. Thanks for a wonderful stay!”
... and thank you Marissa for visiting and your lovely words. Its always a pleasure knowing our guests enjoyed their time at the Cellar Door.
For one reason or another some days are tougher than others. It seems there are a thousand things on our hearts and its hard to understand. But some things are not meant to be understood, but felt. As you try this meditation of the 14th of July, keep in mind there are no bad emotions, just sometimes undesirable ones, but every single emotion serves a purpose. Even those tough emotions, the ones we want to avoid, not deal with or run away from because we aren't sure how to... But the faster we deal with them, the better. Some are a little harder to swallow, but often meditations of consciousness of the state of our emotions, thoughts and feelings can help us with processing them. If it goes something like i can't, i don't, i dont know how....add a yet at the end and it will change the thought automatically. Do not fall back into the automatic negative self talk...Dont allow your thoughts or feelings to linger, notice, feel and allow it to flow back into the universe with a guidance of love and forgiveness, to others and to yourself.
For if we learn to let go of what doesnt serve us anymore, we are often able to allow for new growth, opportunities and emotions to take place.
Please do not misunderstand the letting go as brushing things under the carpet. If there is something you can do, say or help to ease the anxiety, sadness, anger, fear, etc, then consider it your responsibility to step up and take action. But if there really isnt anything in your power to help the feeling dissipate and flow through, then consciously notice, feel and let go just like observing a butterfly flying away. (the same goes for "desirable emotions". If you hang on to the "good", when the bad comes, itll feel heavy and difficult, but if you let feelings flow without attaching yourself to them, you eventually (with tons and tons of practice, im not there yet) get to experience an equanimus state. Free yourself of the self inflicted burden and lighten your load...