I love the word blossom….
…because I love the double meaning of this word.
On the one hand, it refers to the flowers which come as a plant matures. Ian White, Australian Bush Flower Essences founder and third generation botanist, teaches that the flower is the highest form of expression of the plant.
The second definition is “to mature and develop in a promising or healthy way”… and this one isn’t just for the plants of course. When we think of ourselves blossoming, we see the fruits of our labour – the rewards at the end of the long journey of growth and effort.
For some, blossoming happens naturally, for others it takes a bit of elbow grease; but for all of us, (plants included) we usually cannot blossom unless we have the right conditions for growth to happen.
And so it is in our lives. When we set the intention to take good care of ourselves and get our needs met, we place ourselves in the best position to thrive and to blossom.
This week we are exploring this next phase of the WellSPRING Process and what it means for us to blossom and express our true nature. And MYSHA is the perfect platform for us to do this in a myriad of creative and expressive ways!
If you would like to join us, please contact me.
MYSHA Women’s Wellbeing circle – Friday from 9.30am
MYSHA Girls – Thursday 3.45-5.15pm
MYSHA for Kids – Friday 3.45-5.15pm