How many of you have had times in your garden so powerful that they’ve challenged your philosophy of what’s real?
Or times when you were overwhelmed by sensuousness, luxury of relaxation, love, beauty of flower buds opening, turning to fruit, birds, bees, lizards, sun (moon and stars!), breeze, exhilaration of exercise, lazy rambling thoughts, prayers, understanding, or connection?
All these are common blessings in the garden (along with vegetables, herbs, and wildlife habitat).
So I want to be more consistent, more dedicated to my garden, not only as a growing, productive, and beautiful living space, but as my personal healing place.
The best place for healing, I assert, is the Garden, where we learn about consciousness and life, unconscious, mistakes, and death, forgiveness and listening and more.
I’m so grateful for this work.