Anything which brings spiritual, mental, emotional, creative or physical change, and awareness requires movement.....action. For me, I prefer to call them alignments rather than actions. Alignment is a much easier word, for there is a spiritual component within it rather than the word action, which can very often dwell in the ego, the I gotta to do it! This is where pressure and tension begins to manifest. When I identify those wonderful alignments as actions I get exhausted. The pressure sets in my mind, feet and my soul. It becomes something heavy, and unwillingness sets in like concrete drying around my spiritual aura. No wonder it’s challenging, seemingly impossible. Drying concrete does not promote ease, flow, or rhythm. It only produces heaviness, immobility. My source is free-flowing. My path is free-flowing. Concrete does not play a part in this journey, if only to give me a glimpse of the negative side of my being. It has served its purpose. Drying concrete or cement is a wake up call. The importance of writing, reflecting, dialoguing with my higher source helps me identify with clarity the peace and serenity in those things that I can change. Even if it’s with imperfect alignment. Namaste.