The vagabond path is a conscious, passionate, vulnerable journey into authentic, holistic well-being. The emotional, physical and spiritual health of an individual or peoples is essential for healthy lives and communities.
“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood…I took the one less traveled by, and that made all the difference.” ~ Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken
The vision of the Art of acceptance, reflections and transformations is be healthy, balanced human beings living meaningful lives. To do so, you need to establish your genuine identity, core values, and world views with confident, compassionate and empathetic thoughts, actions and voice. This is a process of truth and reconciliation.
Three key parts of the path
The ART of living holistically balancing and connected lives is essential to our human journey.
A ~ accepting with thought expansion
R ~ reflecting with insightful contemplation
T ~ transforming with full integration
On this journey, you explore, know, understand and enrich your 5-part Matrix.
There are 7 tools or sources of empowerment most vital to attaining a holistically healthy, authentic identity.
To be human brings us the opportunity to use rational, meditative, reflective thinking skills. With these, we take personal responsibility for individual actions, thoughts and emotions. We balance this rational side of this human journey with an evolving awareness of our intuition, empathy and instincts.
creating your querencia
There is an interesting parallel to the pause (being mindful) when facing the challenges and struggles inherent in life.
In a bull fight, a bull can find his own particular area of safety in the arena. There he can reclaim his strength and power. That place and inner state is called his querencia.
~ the path through time and space
from which your strength is drawn
where you feel most at home
the place at which
you are your
most authentic self
As long as the bull remains enraged and reactive, the matador is in charge (negative liberty if bull remains ‘free’). Yet, when the bull finds his querencia, he gathers his strength and loses his fear. From the matador’s perspective this is a spot increasing his challenges for the bull has tapped into his power (positive liberty).
Take time for insightful meditation or pauses throughout the day before you step into a new activity. Focus on and re-engage and balance the parts of your matrix. Consider the chakra zones with meditation and yoga, if possible, to free and balance energy flow. Keep yourself tapped into what is most important ~ the balanced, authentic you and connections with the energy around you.
~ namasté, Leah J. 🕊
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