Take the time to embrace the sweeping sensations of this season: renewal, inspiration, nostalgia, delight, the bittersweetness of life – seeming to be bottled up in the air. These literary quotes about autumn are the perfect descriptions to satisfy your musing heart.
This is a not-so-morbid poem about death. I think death needs to be talked about, written about, read about, thought about without the labels that seem to always be applied to it. I’m all for the mystery.
These autumn poems are selected for both their visual and emotional scenery. While every season lends itself to poetry, the wistful, wind-swept trees of autumn help us to notice more deeply the beauty of life even in its “final” stages.
Fall is one of the loveliest times for reflection and renewal. Magic seems more easily accessible, almost like it’s glittering in the air, begging us to see it. You’ll want to keep these fall affirmations on hand if you’re ready to open up to the beauty this season has to give.
Oh, Autumn, how I love thee. Though I have come to enjoy (through practice) the experience of each season, my soul cannot help but rejoice in the crimson and copper earth. Hence – 11 new favorite quotes about autumn and every shade of its grandeur.
Grief has taught me that loving is extraordinary similar to living: maybe, two lines in the same poem. I share these brief poems about grief to highlight the not-so-morbid ideas that death is part of the circle of life; that without an end, something couldn’t begin; and maybe circles don’t really have endings or beginnings, just continuations.
You get to define what self-care means to you. These self-care affirmations are open-ended invitations to imagine – and start living into – all the ways that serve your personal best.
It’s easier to respect—even trust—the journey when you view yourself as the journey. When you are the journey and the practice, you open yourself up to seeing guidance everywhere, light in everything, and evidence of your own progression and potential with each step you take, consciously, in the direction of what feels meaningful and true to you.
Healing is a moment-to-moment experience. It is one reason we need time and space—to digest all that happens. Here are some poems about healing to give your times and spaces a serving of grace.
In the middle of knowing that something new wants to come through, I must remind myself that I am allowed to change. I am even allowed not to know what this change is yet; first: to allow it. If you’d like to try enjoying the unfolding new beginnings in your season, too, I penned this affirmation for you.
Balance isn’t about perfect harmony all of the time but learning to identify patterns that bring about unbalances and to continuously be aligning your head and heart. To encourage your patient evolution and explorations: these quotes about balance.
How to respect the mystery without demanding that it give you the answers? If you do, it kind of feels like magic. Here’s my letter that I wrote to Inspiration; it’s one way I’ve allowed myself to sink deeper into the sweetness of allowing, enjoying the unfolding of a beginning before any concrete ideas showed up.