The morning mist
As I meandered around Bar Harbor’s shore path this morning, a thick grey mist shrouded the harbor. Offshore an enormous cruise ship was anchored and ready to bring patrons ashore. Momentarily my gaze shifted to the seagulls bobbing on the water and then returned to the massive ship. Much to my surprise, the boat had been engulfed in this mass of fog. It seemed like a ghost ship, one minute fully visible, the next completely gone from sight. It made me think about life in general and how quickly things change.
My study of the chakras is helping to anchor me to my “roots” with claiming firmer ground underneath my feet. In this way, no matter what kind of mist or winds of unthinkable magnitude or other outer or inner disturbances arise, I can stay anchored inside myself, ready to weather whatever swirls around me.
Perhaps you are curious about how a more aligned connection with all of your seven chakras can help you claim a more grounded, happier life? Come join us in one of our monthly meditation and movement workshops to be held at Chi Healing in Canton. More info is listed on our website.