Chanticleer lotus
Served on a platter
Seasonal transformation
Beauty in decay

This is a time of fruition and transformation in nature … and in ourselves.

There is a different kind of beauty in this cycle.

How easily we embrace the seasons in nature, yet how hard for us to accept it in ourselves.

What is ripening and releasing within you, so you can begin a new cycle?

Namaste

About Val Boyko

Val Boyko is originally from Scotland and came to the United States over 25 years ago. At "Find Your Middle Ground" Val brings together her experience as a life coach, yoga teacher and mentor, to inspire awakening to the light and inspiration within us all. This blog is a place of exploration and discovery as we all explore finding harmony and peace, in the highs and lows of life πŸ’›

21 comments on “Haiku – transformation

  1. Interesting to ponder that question… wondering why our first reaction is resistance to change? Experience tells us that change is constant, like a river flowing around us, but we still seem to want the river to stand still. Silly, as the water will get stagnant if it does!

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  2. Good poem. Yes, I’m beginning a new cycle. Let’s see how it unfolds.

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  3. How True Val “How easily we embrace the seasons in nature, yet how hard for us to accept it in ourselves.”Something to ponder for sure..Beautiful Haiku.

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  4. I called my book β€˜moving moments’ for this exact reason. Life is constantly moving, transforming and rejuvenating, but our past trauma, suffering and pain, prevent us from flowing with life and this constant evolving. May we all take the time to feel and heal ourselves deeply. Beautiful words and reminder Val. πŸ™πŸ»πŸ€—

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    • I love this metaphor for life πŸ’• Moving and flowing through seasons and cycles, while appreciating and learning along the way. Thank you, Karen πŸ™πŸ’

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  5. I’ve always preferred summer to autumn . . . may it linger a little longer.
    Both within and without.

    Namaste.

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  6. I don’t mind summer into fall, it’s the next one I don’t like…

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  7. Past trauma, fear, and old patterns. πŸ™‚ And I am happy to see them go.

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  8. Lovely, Val. And an interesting observation. Something to spend some time meditating on. ❀

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  9. Val,
    Great poem and I love your question, “What is ripening and releasing within you, so you can begin a new cycle?” I am releasing old inaccurate beliefs and rewriting my story, again. It is energizing and strengthening. Evolution of being.
    Thanks for your wisdom and love.
    Ali

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  10. Beauty in decay, indeed. Every gardener knows this πŸ˜‰ xo

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