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Aloha amigos: Gypsy News ’22 + on the sanctity of souls


Aloha dear readers, supporters, and friends both near and far,


I did not see it coming. And I bet, you didn’t either, right?

All the collective crazy vibes of topsy turvy, of collective emotional tornadoes galavanting around all the way back since March 2020… And while I was, just like all of you, riding the ocean waves of how that energy of disruption and profound change manifested in my own life, I chose to take a step away from blogging for the last 6 months. Sometimes it’s healthy to step away from whatever storms are causing mayhem, and to focus on whatever brings solace, serenity, and sanity in these times of contorted mirrors, is what I found. And yet, I have missed connecting with the wonderful souls within the WordPress community: with your heartfelt pieces of writing and kind comments.



Back in November, I wanted to see whether the idea of creating a membership- platform would work – it didn’t, lol. So from now on, and in true artist-spirit façon, I will post whenever the creative Gods grant me both the inspiration and the pull to publish, and I welcome any loving interest and support with open arms:)


To start, I am re-publishing the post I created back in November – “Bewitching Yangshuo part II: Loving and longing along Li river“. Think mesmerizing landscapes, deep and intriguing insights into the fascinating Chinese culture, humor, and of course, one of the most important topics ever – love. Ah, and snake-booze. Shouldn’t leave the most important thing for last hey? 😛 Snake booze aside for a moment – soul love, as in love that transforms you, that captivates you to a never before experienced degree, and that has the potential to surmount all obstacles, takes center stage here. For such deep soul love, or really any kind of more substantial love, to manifest, it seems imperative to recognize the uniqueness and, more than that, the sanctity of each soul.


I know it might seem idealistic to ponder this in the current times, but I invite you to consider: How precious is every single minute spent with another soul you cherish? How special is it, if another being chooses to open their heart to yours, after having braved the human journey with all its challenges and heartbreaks for a while? And I am not only talking romantic love here but all types of love: the love for our friends, for our animal friends, for Spirit…



It’s time we cherish each other’s preciousness to a much stronger degree and leave behind any behaviors that disrespect the sanctity and amazingness of each soul on this beautiful planet… For more inspiration on this plus a fabulous Chinese adventure-time all mixed into one, please head to Bewitching Yangshuo, part II: Loving and longing along Li river and in-joy!


Much love,

Maria Elena 💚/ A Gypsy at Heart

Categories: Amor und Eros - Love and sensual living, Glauben und Hoffen, Posts in English, Reiselust- Hungry for travel | Tags: , , , , | 15 Comments
 
 

Ho Ho Ho, it´s a mini- Gypsy-Christmas post

Hello lovely readers, fellow humans, friends, 2020-survivors and future 2021-thrivers,


with Christmas around the night-corner, I felt inspired to wish you all so much love, peace, contentment, and gratitude for the festivities. While I always feel that Christmas is a very jolly thing for some and a mixed bag of bitter-sweet vibes for many others, I can´t help but feel that there is always hope on the horizon, even in 2020. There are always many things to be grateful for, lovely (Christmas)-treats to be devoured, nostalgic songs to be listened to, and beautiful memories to be remembered as well as new ones to be created.



Thank you so much for your readership, friendship, and loyalty. A new post is finally in the works: a travel post with a very Venusian take on Bella Roma:) I hope you´ll thoroughly enjoy it.

I wish you all things comforting and soul-nourishing for this Christmas, and a great start to the brand-new 2021!

Much love from Spain,

your Gypsy mate

Categories: Posts in English | Tags: , , , , , | 22 Comments

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