Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | November 29, 2009

Awen 8

You can’t make the wind blow, but you can go outside when you see it blowing, and turn your face to it, and feel it sweeping over and through – blowing away sadness and tiredness – cleansing you – energising you.

You can’t make the wind blow, but you can make sure you don’t stay in stuffy rooms too long. You can go to places you know are windy.

It’s the same with Awen – by its nature it comes from outside you, so you can’t control it, or switch it on whenever you want some of it. But you can make sure you place yourself in circumstances where it is more likely to visit you – out in Nature, in places of great beauty or strong energy.


Responses

  1. Oh, lovely, and very wise!

  2. we had a real sunny and windy day here in Brisbane today… after days of rain….I’ve been stuck inside with Vertigo but went into the garden closed my eyes, faced the wind and chanted 3 Awens….true therapy :))


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