Yearning to see what arises

In my last post about spaciousness, I was just coming into relationship with the idea of having lots more space. And in case you didn’t notice, that is not exactly easy for me. I am typically a do-er or a project worker or a study-er. For me to have two or three entire days off per week is mind boggling and to be honest, a bit intimidating!

But I am about to put my nursing books on Amazon to sell. This is a major step, as I step away from a convoluted subject. It took me over a year to realize that attempting to force my way through nursing school was not unlike butting my head against a brick wall, over and over again.

A couple weeks back, when I went through all my nursing school notes, and recycled about 1000 pages (!), I felt an incredible relief and it was as if a burden literally lifted off my shoulders. Therefore I am even more interested to see what could arise when I make even more space.

And BTW, it rained for about 12 hours straight here yesterday, which we desperately needed. It is a gorgeous day today however. Hence I will go for a walk, soak up the sunshine and do some qigong in the park. It is a good day! ❤

Everything is subject to impermanence, including sour moods and Autumn breezes!

Thanks for reading,



Published by Kirby Moore

Kirby Moore is a healing facilitator based in the beautiful rolling hills of Charlottesville, Virginia. He does sessions in-person and long distance via Skype and Zoom, working with Spiritual Astrology, Somatic Experiencing, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Birth Process Work. His healing work is informed by fifteen years of meditation and Qigong practice. He works with client's intentions and deepest longings to attain clear, tangible results. Contact him for more info at (email): kirby [at] mkirbymoore [dot] com

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