Haiku – nothing to work out

find your middle ground
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Nothing to work out.
Pause and find your Middle Ground
Begin the work in.

We all have times of struggle, when we try to figure out life. We look to the outside world for the answer. We may be inspired by certain people, events or experiences there, but what we seek is already present within us.

When we pause and take time to be present, we learn to let go of our conditioning and what we  think we “should” be doing.

We step into being.

In this space, we begin to touch our knowing and loving center.

I call it Finding our Middle Ground.


30 Comments on “Haiku – nothing to work out

  1. I love when the ideas of what we should be doing fall away, and there’s more room for what’s true and simple and undeniably “us.”

    Thanks for this reminder, Val!

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  2. “We step into being” …. Keep on holding this space, Val. May all who come here understand and begin to practice what you are radiating. Bless you!!! 💖💖💖


  3. YES!!!! Beautiful, Val!! What we seek is within … time and time again I’ve seen this. Bless you for this Sacred Space of yours!! Bless you for what you are doing for all who come here!! 🦋🦋🦋

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  4. Thank you dearest Val, when ever I land upon your blog posts, Each posts brings such comfort. I thank you for being that Place, that Middle Ground where we come to find peace and calm..
    Your words I always feel are directed straight to my heart.. Such wisdom and Peace do you bring me..
    Thank you,
    I know I have been absent from reading your words here for a while.. As I find my own direction to my own BEing once again..
    Thank you Val for being on my path right now.. Your words bring such comfort ..
    Love and Blessings as you enjoy your Easter weekend xx ❤ xx


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