In spite of having a nasty cold this week something extremely nice and empowering happened. I have met another beautiful, wise, creative and inspiring woman in my life. I also realized how much I needed it and how important it is to share our thoughts and feelings, how important it is for women to support each other and to listen to each others inner voice. I believe that we all have our inner voice, wisdom, intuition but sometimes we just do not want to listen to it. I love to feel those invisible threads and wires of connection and understanding between people. We do live in a beautiful world but we also live in a world where people treat each other heartlessly. Sometimes I am scared we have already started to behave like machines which follow the same pattern every day - sleep and work with a few words in between to our dear ones, then playtime with our technology, entertainment/gadgets and sleep again. I do see that every day and it makes me really sad. Machines follow the pattern but people have a choice and it is good to remember about that. After meeting Sarah I felt like our invisible threads made little knots between them, I felt inspired and happy that there are people full of heart and passion in the world which I feel sometimes lonely in. That everything is the matter or perception, awareness and choice. If I would have to describe Sarah in colours and a few words, she could represent all shades or red. She is full of love, she loves knitting and she has got dreams to make the world around her a better place.
After a few days of ignoring my cold I ended up in bed, having a temperature and quite a creepy voice. I understood that I have become too machine like again recently. I did not listen to my body messages at all and then I read a beautifully written article by Jess Carlson about the relationship with our body. She wrote : 'When you love someone you listen to them. You take in their thoughts and feelings and you give them consideration when you need to do something, take an action, or make a change in your relationship. Sadly, we don’t extend this to our own bodies most of the time.'