Curving Toward Infinity

Tasting the coolness in the air, drinking in the waning flaxen quality of the light, my soul undulates with the sweet melancholy of ripeness slowly withering, fullness cresting into the next wave, the next Season.

Feel the wheel turning, infinite spiral dance, seductively eternal and beckoning. . .

Autumn’s tendrils entangle with Summer’s lazy limbs, passion’s fire lingering and shimmering now like sprawling coals and flecks of heat.

Feel into what is be-coming, what is unfolding, the voice of my soul says, bank the coals for stoking again and again, and savor the simmering Source of heat and motion.

Now is the time, Sisters, to imbibe the be-coming Season.  Harvest all the warmth and nourishment from the golden time and stoke this fire, your fire, to warm your spiritual toes in the shadowy times to come.

Tis a fine time to tend to your home altars and sacred spaces.  Attend to both the seasonal change and the way those changes are reflected in the rhythms of your life, in your longings and devotions.

What would you love to create in your life over the next few months? What have you been yearning for or craving?   Are you facing any obstacles or creative challenges right now in living the life you want to be living or being the woman you want to be being?  This is a good time to prepare the way for releasing what is dying anyway and to nurture new seeds in the quiet darkness of germination.

Share the spiral dance in sisterhood when ever possible, for this is how it was always done and those ancient rhythms still live in the matrix of being.

Begin now to create opportunities to spend time in sisterhood in the waning months of summer becoming autumn becoming winter.  Celebrate the harvest and stoke each other’s fires in the fallow times. . . in the darkening toward winter’s embrace.

Sit in circle, sip hot beverages, dance love’s motion and share your hearts and your stories, your triumphs and travails.  Spend time in the company of nourishing women whose embodied living inspires your own depth and devotion and delight.

Remember the cauldron, Sisters, the cauldron of creation and destruction, birth and death, endings and beginnings. . .  the Source of all Cauldrons. . . trust that Source and follow the spiral inward and again outward, curving toward infinity. . .


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. itsleisa
    Aug 30, 2010 @ 12:56:50

    Yea! I love it. So happy to see you blogging. Wonderful design, and great post. Now we are blogging sisters, too. Don’t know if you have seen mine, but I am very excited about it, as it is to be the vehicle for the new future I am creating as writer, author and coach. – Would love to know your thoughts.

    Love, Leisa

  2. itsleisa
    Aug 30, 2010 @ 12:58:18

    PS – let me know if you ever have any bloggy, wordpress questions. I’m not an expert, but I can muddle my way around pretty good – then again…it looks like you can too! : – )

    • radiantmuse
      Aug 30, 2010 @ 13:40:38

      Thanks honey! I have been muddling through okay for now, but I am also going to be helping Gary out with his, so thank you for your offer – I am sure I’ll take you up on it!

  3. Victoria
    Oct 14, 2010 @ 17:37:09

    Just read your blog…mmmmmm! So blessed to have you in my life.

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