Today’s word takes us down an interesting road. It isn’t your typical goal word. I don’t think you’ll find it engraved on a charm bracelet or turned into decorative art — although you do see it in the UK a lot outside of takeaways!
For March, we are using vibrations and meditations to focus on our naughty and nice words.
Do you remember those? At the end of 2020, I asked for you to share goal words or phrases with me but required you to send one of each. The response has been fantastic and they continue to trickle in.
Each day, you will be reminded to sit in the same way. If you are unable to do so, simply imagine yourself in that position. You do have a marvellous imagination. I should know, I help fuel it.
I will also ask that you hum. Now, if you’re in a place where you’re unable to make any noise that’s fine. You and I know that you’ll find a time in your day. After all, it’s not as if humming is something to hide. People do it all of the time, but you will be humming for a purpose.
And.. for those that love it, you will find permissive circumstances sprinkled throughout like unexpected, yet welcome, spring showers. Permissive circumstance refers to meeting a requirement to get *ahem* “release”. Different situations, stipulations and other whimsy things will be set out for you.
After the spoken word, there is a short period of music to use for reflection. This month’s Eunoia has no bell tone, instead, the fading of the music is your cue to wrap up your devotion time.
Subscribe so you don’t miss future sessions, like because it’s polite, and comment to let me know how you’re getting on (and, y’know, if you met the permissive circumstance).
Happy Friday. It is still lockdown land here, so no exciting plans for Mistress. I s’pose that’s okay, I have plenty of ways to fill my time with creative endeavours if I can’t fill my time with a social life. Fingers crossed for a brilliant summer of low/no restrictions!
Thank you for the early Valentine’s wishes. I’ve even caught myself laughing, almost blushing, at a few of the interesting poems coming my way. Clever. If you haven’t prepared for your Valentine, you better hurry it up. You only have a couple of days.