JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 6 – YOGA DAY 125 :: a little bit of orange

5 May

Day 125: Orange. 

I once had a healer tell me I should wear more orange. So I bought a thick, long-sleeved Lulu Lemon bright orange yoga top. If you’re going to go orange, you go all the way, right?  I barely wear it anymore…but I have never looked at the color orange the same way since. It still calls my name and it speaks to me in subtle ways.

So today when these orange flowers popped up before me I was called to pay attention.

And that may be what the healer was trying to tell me all along. It probably had nothing to do with name brand, well fitting, highly priced yoga wear. It most likely had more to do with being bright, noticing, shining, and looking for the places where we can be bright, notice and shine.

Sometimes I think clothing speaks to me.
And sometimes I think flowers say more than words ever could.

Thank you Orange.

More tomorrow.

P.S. Yoga up next!


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One Response to “JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 6 – YOGA DAY 125 :: a little bit of orange”

  1. Awakening Angels May 6, 2016 at 2:06 AM #

    Beautiful! I think that’s bang on, to notice the stunning orange in the most unusual places 🙂 I love an orange sunset 🙂 Haha I can’t imagine myself ever wearing orange though, and when I watched a monk speak the other night I wondered why they wear orange. I’ll have to look that up, I’m sure it has a deeper meaning. 🙂 Sharon

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