Inspiration overflow

I thought after writing my first few blogs that I’d written my story and that my short career as a blogger would end there. Oh, boy, how I was wrong! 

When I finally started allowing my creativity to flow, I found out it’s endless. It will never stop.

And yes, I’m excited, because there’s more to come in 2023. I can’t grab it yet and put it on paper, but I feel it floating around me. It’s in the visions that I see daily when walking around the city or in nature. It’s in the sounds that I hear. It’s in the stories you share with me. Sometimes extremely vulnerable, but because of that also extremely beautiful and inspirational.

I’m grateful that I’m able to bring my thoughts alive in words. I’m grateful that what I share resonates with you. But most of all I’m grateful for every little spark of light that I’m allowed to bring to you to help you grow in the way that you wish to grow. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Happy 2023! 

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© Pamela Cools – Wake up your wisdom

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Live in the moment

Wouldn’t it be great if I could only just be in the moment?  In the moment I experience no expectation of the future, no pain or regret from the past. The moment is the great nothingness and the overwhelming all.  I try to be in the moment…. Easier said than done and probably forever work…

The acceptance of what is

He’s 88 years old. My passenger. We’re on our way to our 10 day Vipassana meditation course. It’s my second course. It’s his 15th. I sense that I can learn from him, so instead of listening to some music, my normal routine in the car, which I find very relaxing, the radio is turned off…

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