Happy gorgeous autumn!
I adore this time of year. When the light becomes more clear and the mornings and evenings are cooler, my mind slows down a bit. Almost instinctively, I reflect more in the mornings. It’s as if my psyche begins to take stock of what is in the storehouse and root cellar.
This year my focus has turned to New Mexico, the home of my soul. I lived north of Taos for two years in 1999 and 2000. It was a magical time. I fell in love with the land and the sky and the sage and the rocks. And the spaciousness . . . And the light and the moon and the sun. I moved back to Denver as I was separating from my then-husband and needed to reinvigorate my business.
The Rio Grande River just south of Taos,
as the season is turning to autumn.
It feels like it is time to live there again. I have been looking at places since the beginning of August and wonderful casitas keep calling me and then their owners rent to someone else. I finally took that as a sign that maybe now wasn’t the time.
And then I got another nudge. So I am going down to Lamy, NM (20 minutes northeast of Santa Fe) to look at another beautiful casita. Once again I am excited to see what I will discover!
I’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime, what about you? What is yearning to be discovered in your gorgeous autumn?
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2 thoughts on “What’s Yearning to Be Discovered?”
Mary, thank you for the acknowledgment. I have this crazy, wonderful idea that a beautiful, spacious, natural environment does some of our inner work for us – perhaps the lazy woman’s path to enlightenment?!?
How beautiful to imagine coaching from a beautiful spot together. I have always loved how you include a sense of place in your work.