Shine the Divine:

Creativity IS a Spiritual Practice

When we see through our hearts, we recognize that every single one of us is infused with creativity. Divine Sparks are embedded in everyone and everything. It's up to us to be courageous, to look and listen deeply, to find the sparks, gather and release them back into the universe, transformed into something new. Join me as we wake up to the sacred-ordinary blessings waiting to greet us each and every day.

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TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO SEND ME AN OFFERING FOR OUR

6TH ANNUAL GRATITUDE QUILT!

It is easy to participate in the Gratitude Quilt: Close your eyes. Place one hand on your heart, then your other hand over that, giving yourself a gentle hug. Breathe into and out through the center of your heart for several breaths. Now, exhale slowly. Inhale deeply. Exhale again… type or write whatever you are most thankful for in that moment. Do not edit just let the words flow onto an email to me laurahegfield@comcast.net by November 25th so I have time to "stitch" our words together. Please type the words "Gratitude Quilt" in the subject line. *There is no need to translate into English if that is not your native tongue.

Opening our hearts, connecting with many souls around the world in thankfulness is a generous, courageous, loving act, exposing light during a time in which we are facing some very real darkness on our planet, and for some, in our personal lives as well. I look forward to receiving your words of gratitude.

Click on images in the body of each post to enlarge them. *Interested in purchasing a photo you see featured on my blog? Please send me an email and we can discuss size, finish and pricing.

Want to share the love up-close? Click I HEART MACRO and you can add your link for week 80, the linky is open all week:-)

Thursday, January 23, 2014

clouds part













clouds part as sun sets
blush through tangled branches rush
toward indigo night


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Please join us in sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro, the linky opens @ 7pm EST Saturday evening through Wednesday evening.

Shine the Divine


18 comments:

  1. soon they will drip down...........

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  2. Chmury na niebie też pięknie wyglądają, byle tylko na zbyt długo nie zasłaniały słońca. Pozdrawiam.
    Clouds in the sky can look beautiful, if only for too long obscured the sun. Yours.

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  3. Lovely collection of sky shots, Laura! Wishing you a happy weekend!

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  4. Beautiful and so colorful ~ Wonderful sky shot for SWF ~

    carol, xxx
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  5. What beautiful and dramatic shots!

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  6. Hauntingly beautiful captures Laura!

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  7. Wonderful series of sky shots, Laura,

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  8. That is just lovely! And dreamy too.

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  9. I am mesmerized by your indigo haiku... And it is almost like looking into a lake... Each of your sky pictures transport me... Into that deep beyond through the portal of your words.... Xo

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  10. ~~blush through tangled branches rush~~


    ooowwwww !!
    i wish i had written THAT !!

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  11. The deep blue sky enhances the pictures.
    Great series!

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  12. Great haiku for the excellent pics.

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  13. I love the blue hour!!! thanks for sharing yours!

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  14. Beautiful Laura, I particularly liked the last two.

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  15. Night's rush is usually MUCH too fast! ;)

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  16. What beautiful images, that last taste of indigo is always my favourite as twilight fades to black.

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