Hathor is the Egyptian Goddess of love and music.
As the embodiment of success and abundance, she
rules over beauty, wealth and the arts.
This week she comes to us with the message
I hear her whisper to me throughout my day telling
me to take pleasure in the simplest things in my life;
being fully present while hugging my son, I was able
to feel his heart settle into a calming rhythm that
transferred to my own.
I take pleasure in looking
at my mini farm as I clean the morning dishes.
The sun warming my skin through the window delights me as I drive.
Sitting at the park now, I take pleasure in the wind blowing
cooling the sweat on my brow. I visualize how pleasurable
it must be to ride the air currents like the bird that just landed
near me. I'm even finding pleasure in the feel of my fingers running across my keyboard as I type this message to you.
There's often so little space on my to do list for finding pleasure
in my every day tasks, but that's exactly where I can find it if I choose to.
I can take pleasure in the movements my body makes as I
collect the clothes, moving them from washer to dryer. I can
take pleasure in the way the laundry smells warm from the
dryer and in folding them. And I can certainly take pleasure in the job completed. All these things can bring me great pleasure but I must choose to be open to receiving.
Sometimes I get caught up in the false believe I have to do something in order to be worthy of receiving. It's part of the not 'blank' enough-itis that many of us suffer from. But basking in Hathor's benign embrace this week has once again shown me that love, happiness and even pleasure are a part of my birthright.
Pleasure is part of your birthright too.
I'm Dionne, a Natural Rhythms Creation Coach and Elemental Forces of Creation Oracle Reader. I teach people how to tune into to the power of the elements and rhythms of nature to design a life they love