Autumn Tips For Happy And Healthy Living

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It’s that time of year again. The days are getting noticeably shorter, there is a crispness in the air and leaves are turning to fiery shades of orange and red.  It’s so easy to see the changes happening in nature and so often, we don’t recognize that as humans we are changing, too!  It’s important to remember that we are a part of the natural world that we live in and that these seasonal changes affect us.  It’s not uncommon to feel tired, overwhelmed or stressed when seasonal changes are intensifying.  By taking some time to harmonize with the energy of the season and focus on our own process of transformation and healing, there is an opportunity to experience life on a deeper level and move into greater balance and ease of well-being.  I shared this post last Autumn and am happy to share it again now.  I hope you’ll take some time to explore and to find your place in this beautiful experience we call Life!

The Heart of Awakening

Happy Autumn

“There is a harmony in autumn, and a luster in its sky, which through the summer is not heard or seen, as if it could not be, as if it had not been! “~ Percy Bysshe Shelley

Each season moves us through a period of transformation.  Autumn and spring tend to be the times of more intense change and it is a powerful time to harmonize with the energy of the season for happy living and healthy well-being. Traditionally, autumn is the harvest season.  It is the time for our bodies to harvest and gather energy for the colder months ahead. The yang/outer energyof summer gives into the growing yin/inner energy of the approaching winter.

The days are getting shorter and cooler and as we are transitioning we may find that we are more tired, emotions are surfacing such as loss and grief and we may even feel a…

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About Beth Terrence

Beth Terrence is a Shaman, Facilitator, Holistic Practitioner, Speaker and Writer. With over seventeen years of experience in field of transformation and holistic health, she is a leader in providing Integrative Transformational Healing Programs For Individuals, Groups & Organization. The focus of Beth's work is to facilitate deep transformational healing, assisting her clients in living a more heart-centered, balanced and joyful life through discovering the healer within. Beth offers online transformational resources through her blog, The Heart of Awakening: Searching for a New Paradigm. She is also an author and facilitator for Heal My Voice, an international organization that helps women to heal, grow and step into greater leadership through writing and sharing their stories. To learn more about sessions, programs, teleseminars and other news, visit http://www.bethterrence.com.

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  1. From one poet to another who has just been advised by a shaman to put the words that flow through me out there.
    ……Watercolour.

    Black wash brown tipped sky:
    And muted cream, as lights come on:
    With last birdsong, night time calls!.
    Diminished light now fading fall;
    Against the spiky hedge;
    A landscape smudging darker still;
    Those trees outlined against the hill.
    A curtain call closing the day;
    Night time folds it all away……

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