Midsummer Hearth-Tending

stop : listen : respond : adjust : reset : realign : adapt.
Stop. Listen. Respond. Adjust. Reset. Realign. Adapt.

Hearth-tending notes…

When you become overwhelmed by the noise of the world, Stop.


I’ve been learning these past years to trust my overwhelm, and to understand that when this occurs, it’s my personal flag to STOP. It’s an indicator that I’m trying to figure things out and make life-decisions from my mind rather than listening with my whole being. And it means it’s time to put the lid on discursive banter, flittering energy and opinioning.

It signals that I’ve reached my human nervous-system limits on containing all of the information that’s coming my way and that it’s time to exhale and empty out.

What’s left on the return will show me what’s solid, what’s true, what needs my full focus, attention, action and care.

Everything else gets to slide off.

Over-whelm invites me back into relation with Simplicity, with humility, with my own stillness, and puts my ear closer and deeper to the ground where I can hear beyond the surface noise of things.

And in that to pace my internal core rhythm to the steady heartbeat of What Is, allowing me to relax with the fact that this is unquestionably a Living Mystery.

And that when I’m fully rested here, there’s nothing ambiguous about my love for it.

Welcome, I’m Annu!

I write about embodying the roots of Truth & becoming trustworthy vessels for the living Mystery in the hearth of our everyday life.

Find out more about me & this work HERE!


Midsummer Hearth-Tending

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