Day 33: Link Roundup

Every Sunday I create a list of the beautiful inspiration I’ve found around the internet this week. There is so much love and beauty in the world and I am grateful to the web that connects so many of us, allowing us to share that beauty with such ease.

Here’s a poem that found me today to kick things off:

Forget about Enlightenment.
Sit down and listen to the wind singing in your veins.
Feel the Love, feel the the longing in your bones.
Open your heart to who you are, right now.
Not who you’d like to be,
but the being right here before you,
inside you, around you.
All of you is holy.
You’re already more than whatever you can know.
Breathe out, look in, let go.

~John Welwood

science_Study shows that yoga can help breast cancer survivors (link)
happiness_25 things to do when you’re feeling down (link)
video_Ted Schwartzberg on gratitude at TED (link; 10 min)
healing_How to cope with chronic pain and illness (link)
video_Einstein wasn’t the first person to talk about relativity (link; 2 min)
music_An artist uses guns to make musical instruments in a beautiful cover of “Imagine” by John Lennon (link; 6 min)
animation_The worm is a popular dance move (link)

There you have it! Feel welcome to share something else that inspired you this week below in the comments section. You never know who might benefit from your ray of light piercing through their cloud cover on the wings of chance. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday and may a soft breeze gently carry you into a beautiful beginning of your week.

The Sacred Here and Now


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