Breathing Into Liminal Space


Delicate heart whispers, temporarily frozen,

waiting patiently for warmth to thaw them.

I am fascinated with the experience of early Spring here in NY.

When I took my afternoon walk to breathe in the fresh, crisp air I noticed icicles hanging from tree branches and frozen buds (such as these above).

I removed my gloves to take the photos.  By the end of the walk, my fingers were quite numb, but my heart was overflowing with love and gratitude.

I wanted to experience new and different, and I most certainly have–from the plane trip in which everything external that could “go wrong” certainly did to the events that unfolded from the moment the plane landed through now.

The only thing I truly know to do is to breathe it all in, to allow my entire being to feel it, and then to create with it.  

While I am away, I am primarily offline.  I do have a few guest posts featured on others sites for your reading pleasure:

Joy is a Soul Smile

You Are Made to Soar

If I Knew Then What I Know Now

Pre-registration for “I Believe in Magic: 30-Day Photo Journey” is open through April 15, 2013. Registrations is open through April 26, 2013.

And, I will be fully present in this space again April 22nd.

Much peace and abundant love,


Reminder: Linger. Savor. Relish.

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  1. Safe travels, Joy!

    We’re anxious to put the snow and ice behind us here…as pretty and devastating as it can be, it’s gone on soooo long this year (or maybe, due to lack of sunshine, it just feels that way!)

    • Thank you, Talon!

      I am fascinated with the season I am experiencing while here in the upper Northeast. To see bare trees stretching toward bits of blue sky and gorgeous cloud formations reminds me of infinite possibility…Something can be so bare, in a gentle stretch, and soon be full of life and vitality and blossoms. (I am looking at, and enjoying, a physical liminal space as I am energetically in one).

  2. The title of this post reminded me of a wonderful book called “Open the Door” by Joyce Rupp. She spends time addressing the liminal space. Enjoy your time breathing there.

    • Thank you for the book suggestion, Galen! I will look it up (and perhaps read it on the plane ride home). I practice breathing into new spaces–this trip has given me much opportunity to breathe, deeply.

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