Watching the Snow Fall

In the hustle and bustle of modern life,                                                                                 especially with all the seemingly snowfallconstant stimulation of electronics and technology, it’s all too easy to forget what a phone-less, wireless and wifi-less world is like. To experience this, many escape to the mountains, parks, and beaches seeking peace and stillness, and the basic need to connect with the earth and the world of nature which we are all a part of. Unfortunately, escape is always a temporary “fix”, an aspirin of sorts. The busy-ness of daily life is still there.

What if we changed our perspective and broadened our view of our daily environment and life around us? Even though modern technology is a part of our lives, we still live in and are surrounded by nature. With open eyes and ears, and all senses, we can be present and even still, while we carry on our daily lives and responsibilities. By eradicating the tunnel vision that screens and our minds create, we can open ourselves up to the magical world that is all around us. It takes time and practice, but with time and practice, everyday living can become like watching the snow fall – a beautiful and peaceful loud silence.

About Julianne Victoria

I am a Spiritual Counselor, Shamanic Healer, Writer, & Creator. I hope to help heal, teach, and inspire others on their souls' journeys and in this life. © Julianne Victoria and Through the Peacock's Eyes Press under the Common Law Copyright
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2 Responses to Watching the Snow Fall

  1. I always find it odd, when some one comes and likes a post on my blog. ( more especially when It’s not some one I know.)
    Should I reciprocate? or should I poke around?
    Not very good with Blog etiquette.
    I obviously poked around.~laughing~
    I enjoyed the cadence of this post a great deal…
    and it called to me.
    I wonder who you are speaking to..
    or maybe at, is the more appropriate vernacular.
    who do you wish to hear you?
    and what do you want them to take away with them?
    Thank you for a hello….

    • Hello and thanks for poking around! 😉 Sometimes I like to go exploring in the blogosphere to see who else is out there. There are so many interesting, educational, and inspiring blogs out there. This post speaks to anyone and everyone who wishes to hear it and to whom it resonates. Poke around any time! 🙂

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