Love Oracle, February 8

When you gaze into the crystal-clear waters of love, what is it that you see gazing back at you?

February 8

Self-reflection calls in the days to come.

What is it that you learned of love?

What is it that you desire from the experience of love?

As we walk our path it is important to remind ourselves that we are beautiful, and perfect in our imperfections. This is an opportunity to open our hearts even further into loving ourselves, this is not a place of selfish actions, but actually this opens all of us up to a place of selflessness. With your own internal discoveries as you reflect on love make a point to communicate your discoveries to the ones in your life who are important to you. This place of openness and sharing will demonstrate the true caring for them as you open up your own vulnerability and trust.

Vulnerability is the essence of romance. It’s the art of being uncalculated, the willingness to look foolish, the courage to say, ‘This is me, and I’m interested in you enough to show you my flaws with the hope that you may embrace me for all that I am but, more important, all that I am not.’

~Ashton Kutcher~

What you may not see is the importance of the words “I love you”. There’s a place of healing waiting to be explored and those three simple words are the key to opening the door to the healing that is waiting. The importance of communicating your own discoveries to the ones you love will become apparent in the days to come even if in this moment it may seem frivolous, remember to honor yourself and your discoveries at the same time honoring the ones you love and trusting them with your own vulnerability. This is a place that offers much healing and discovery.

As I look into the crystal clear water I offer this mantra:

My discoveries are many

I count myself lucky

Love has found me

And I am worthy

~Dana Nöllsch~


One response to “Love Oracle, February 8”

  1. SleepyPagan

    How does one heal from a broken heart that is in a positive manner? How does one take from love the salve of hope when at the time, one’s heart is rendered?