Thursday, July 16, 2009

Tranquility


We all need a quiet spot; a place that allows us to simply relax once again, decompress the day and breathe. This can be a physical place that we have instant access to, but it can also be a place of peace within our psyche. I have such a place.

My place of peace is a sandy beach at sunset. I have a Spirit Guide there who gives me very wise counsel. She looks similar to an actress that I have seen on TV, but her voice is not the same and she does not have the same accent. I think that she appears to me in this form so that I can relate to her. After all, she is pretty. I am a sucker for pretty women.

So we walk along the beach and talk about stuff. The sun slowly sets and the stars come out and I lie down and watch them as I slip into sleep. Then I travel through the universe of stars to my "home world" and get even more insights and wisdoms shared with me. When I come back, I am fully replenished.

All this can take just a minute or two, and in that time I then know what I must do. I love my place of peace. I have another in the desert with a fire pit. It is amazing who and what comes out of the darkness and joins me at the fire to share insights. Sometimes who comes out of the darkness is someone that I need to assist on their journey of healing. So I do. It is just as important to give and to share as it is to receive and become aware.

Find your place of peace. Find your Inner Wisdom Voice. Find your self once again...

Blessed Be

Trent
www.deerhornshamanic.com
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4 comments:

Vanitha said...

WOW! And you don't even require a passport!

Kate said...

This is just what I needed to be reminded of today--Thanks!

Amber said...

First of all, let me just say that I love Vanitha's comment!!!! :)

Secondly, I wanted to say that when I quiet my mind for a place of peace, one of the places I go is to a beach as well. Sometimes I float around fluffy clouds and a rainbow. It's beautiful, and so refreshing! I don't think I have connected with my Spirit Guides yet but would that ever make that experience even better!

Thanks for the blog Trent! <3

Trent Deerhorn said...

I have discovered that the more I begin to share of my innermost experiences, the more it relates to those around me. This is my invitation to everyone. Share. Connect. Love.