Are You Sappy?

zentangle035“She had so deep a kinship with the trees, so intuitive a sympathy with leaf and flower, that it seemed as if the blood in her veins was not slow-moving human blood, but volatile sap.”

-Mary Webb, Gone to Earth (1917)

Lissa Coffey shared this in her Wisdom email today. It moved me. I wanted to share it with you as well.

I love the idea of volatile sap. Sap that is so fast it could ignite at any moment. We could be all catalysts for something great.

I think we are all catalysts for something great.

Last night I had the most amazing reading with Marcy Currier. She did a reading for me that focused on the body–specifically we were looking for things that needed to be moved, reset, reoriented.

She’s an amazing reader and I can highly recommend her to you. I came away from my reading with so many positives–I don’t know if I can list them all.

Suffice it to say, I felt like I’d had a massage that focused on realigning me energetically. Good stuff, y’all. Goooooood stuff.

Here’s your 180 second challenge today. If you were made of volatile sap, what would you change first?

Take three minutes to think about that.

Then get started.

Zentangle, Arwen, 2012

3 thoughts on “Are You Sappy?”

  1. Did you draw that zentangle after reading the quote? Because it’s absolutely perfect for it! 🙂 As for the challenge, I find that a tough one. Partly because I feel like I’ve chosen my life and am generally happy with it, and partly because I feel there are many things I can’t change anyway. Hmm, I may need more than 180 seconds for this one…

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