How to keep your element on the right track….

Note: These thoughts are my own beliefs and my intention is just to share them.

So, I just posted a post prior to this called “How to find your element….” in which I talk about how I believe that, out of the four core elements there is one main guiding element in us which resonates with our higher self and guides us to be our true self.

Air, Water, Fire, Earth are all important and inherently divine. But the elements inside of us, our guiding element has both light and shadow sides. It is in our best interest to keep an equilibrium and find lighter sides and to learn to deal with shadow sides.

What I mean by this: I have always felt that if there is an element guiding me it has to be Water, it’s the one I feel like the most, not because my sun-sign is Pisces, but because I have a deep love for the sea, most of my poems and songs are about the ocean, my happiest moments have been on the beach. Water is divine to me. I relate to it the most. Its wavering serenity, its moments of ferociousness, its depth. It is what I am.

And while water is ever flowing, fluid movement, free, energetic, vital and graceful. It is also, unpredictable, rough, frightening and spills all over the place perfectly symbolizing my emotional instability at times, and hypersensitivity to feelings which leaves me at times, scattered, not knowing how to control them.

It got me thinking that this shadow aspect of water element stops me from bringing out the best parts of it to light. Leaving me restless.

I want to bring it to an equilibrium to a calm flowing energy that is in perfect harmony and control.

You also probably know about the rougher parts of your personality. The parts that keep you from being who you truly want to be and the best version of you that you could be.

We all know those people who could control their tempers, those who should take more risks, those who should be more self-confident, those who could be more gentle and kind, those who should be more vocal about their needs.

If you resonate with fire then the only way to avoid the temper of fire, is to focus on trying to be a warm person. Trying to be passionate but not aggressive, adventurous but not impulsive. Carefree but cautious, energetic but with a warmth to it. Every time you feel angry take a deep breath and take a time-out.

If you resonate with air then you should avoid being very idealistic and always aiming for perfection. The lighter sides of air are incredible traits to have, like being creative, full of energy and lightness. Best air traits are to be free but not rigid, light and laid back. When you find yourself being harsh on yourself for not doing something perfectly just focus on the creative aspect of your task because creativity and art doesn’t need to be perfect.

If you resonate with earth then it’s important to know that it’s not always good to play it safe. To have a truly full life there needs to be a grounded attitude, yes, but also adventure. It can be freeing to take risks, to not be afraid, to not be constricted to just one place in life. It is important to try new things. Take up a new hobby or activity and always try new things.

If you resonate with water then it is really important to spend time doing things that keep you calm and centered. Water is creative, passionate, sensual, fluid and free-spirit. But it is deep and can be scary. It can be unstable and wild. It is really important to find creative ways to learn how to balance emotions. It is important to share your feelings to get a better perspective on it. It is important to learn calming practices like meditation. You want to be creative and sensual, passionate and sensitive and artistic but not overly emotional, lonely and detached from the rest of the world.

All this being said, of course all of us have a little bit of every element. And keeping our guiding elements in equilibrium will help us to keep our entire being on the right track. Therefore, teaching us how to be a lively and happy soul.

Because at the end of the day a person that makes us happy will always be warm, considerate, sensitive, creative, grounded, laid-back , passionate, loving and adventurous.

I hope you enjoyed reading it. Thanks


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How To Find Your Element….

The views in this article and beliefs are my own. My intention is to share my thoughts and I hope they help those who read this.

Nature is everything to me, it is divine energy that is my guiding light. I feel now more than ever that we need guidance. Now that the world is a bit out of proportion with our desired lifestyle, the only thing to do is to reconnect with the people and things and hobbies and passions we hold dearest.

I believe that every single person has a leading element, I do not mean the element denoted in astrology, sun-signs, moon-signs etc. An element separate from all that you have been told about yourself, a core divine vortex of energy that lies in everyone and guides everyone from deep within.

In most mythologies and religions there are four elements Air, Water, Fire, Earth. We can’t go a single day without experiencing these forces. The air that we breathe, the ground that we walk on, the water we consume and the fire that gives us warmth, we are never without them, we are always governed by them, each day.

However, it is my personal belief that there is one element in each of us that pulls us harder, with greater force towards its divinity, towards it’s actions, towards its nature and its course. Ever since I found my element I have been more sure of myself, more inspired, more free.

How to find your element?

Sky Photographed by me.
  • Meditate with the sounds of elements

The first thing to do is; for a few days, either first thing in the morning or before going to bed is to meditate to the sounds of elements. Pick one element at first for example if you pick Air – find sounds online sounds of soft breeze, loud winds, violent storms. Close your eyes and listen to your air element in all it’s glory and every facet of it. The cam and the ferocious. Breathe deeply and imagine windy nights, stormy days or a calm spring breeze, add your imagination to it, your personal memories that stand out. What do you hear? Twigs fluttering, Windows closing, leaves blowing, how does it make you feel? Write it down. Do you feel calm, serene, tranquil, supported or do you feel fine but indifferent? Note down the feeling after each element meditation, repeat this a few times with each of the elements.

Now it is important to remember that all elements are beautiful and calming in their own way and nature lovers won’t really differentiate. However, when you hear a specific element and all your childhood memories, calming energy, inspiration comes rushing to you, it has a special significance just for you.

  • Visualization

Visualize yourself on the beach, by a river, in a storm, by a crackling fireplace and walking barefoot in a forest. Which imagery brings you the most peace? Is it Water? FireEarthAir? Which imagery makes you feel the most grounded in your mind? body? in your soul? Connect with that element is it fire that gives you the most serenity? Write it down, you don’t need to know why you feel the way you feel. When you feel certain about your calmness, read about the element that you believe keeps you most grounded. Write down how you feel.

Ripples in water Photographed by me.
  • Get in touch with all the elements

Walk in the park, notice the plants, the grass, touch the trees. How do you feel in water? swimming, bathing etc. Do you like to watch the flames? Do you like windy days? Get in touch with all of these senses if possible. See which one of these elements comes up most in the music you like, in the movies you enjoy, in the books you read!

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  • Practice the core elemental values

Write down in a journal about the desires and emotions you seek to feel, the experiences that illuminate you the most. What do you seek in life right now? Stability, Adventure, Fluid movement, Different experiences, Surprises, Freedom?

If you feel lost and you don’t feel grounded and stability is what you seek the most. Then as per your Earth element I would suggest take more walks, sit in parks, meditate learn the art of stillness, practice slow yoga and focus on holding yoga poses learn balance to truly learn what it would feel like to be stable.

Photographed by me.

If you seek adventure you have a burning desire to find new things in life then as per your Fire element pick up hobbies that set you ablaze but if you don’t know what your hobbies are yet pick up free hand sketching, painting or a sport, go for a run, learn what adrenaline feels like at its peak.

If you seek freedom at your own pace, meaning you want to be free but also grounded and not overwhelmed, if you want to feel light and free then as per your Air element make changes to your lifestyle, eating habits, sleeping habits, incorporate more exercise. Let go of anything and everything that makes you feel heavy in your heart. Let go of anything that stops your movement that hinders your tranquility. I would also suggest to occasionally feed grains to birds. They know what its like to be free and stable.

If you feel like you desire movement above all you want to be free flowing energy, you want to be fluid you want to be different things, you want to be a multi-tasker you want to take risks. Then as per your Water element imagine what it would be like to plunge into the risks, dive into water, learn what it means to be truly open, shapeless, a free-spirit. Take up dancing, gain control over your body with expressive dancing, power-yoga, Pilates, and any other form of movement that pushes the boundary of your flexibility, take control of your voice take up singing, learn an instrument, drink more water, take relaxing baths/showers. Let go of all your limiting rigid beliefs, move with the time always be new. Always be fluid and flexible, try different things all the time.

  • Keep Practicing, don’t give up

These beliefs set me free. At first, it can sound all too surreal, but that is what nature is. After you feel like you’ve found your element, practice the meditations, hobbies, exercises, journaling, do all that, which brings you closer to your element. When you feel like your element has begun guiding you, aim to be the element in human form. There are beautiful forces guiding us even when we lose perspective and when things seem blurry that’s when they are the strongest to help us out of whatever state we’re in and transform our lives into the better. All elements have both a light side and a dark side it is our job to understand them and keep then in balance by focusing on the good facets of the elements and learning to bring them out.

Thanks for reading. 😀

Reveries #2 : The Cabin in the Woods

Note: Imagine yourself as the I in the story.

#2.The Cabin in the Woods

I always enjoyed fairy-tales, not for the happy ever after, or the prince, but for the enchanting aesthetic of nature, castles, the friendship those princesses had with creatures of the woods, the birds, the deer etc.

The best part of a fairy-tale isn’t even hard to live out. I have lived it out before and can do it so many more times.

Often when I want to be taken on this reverie, I fall into a rabbit hole of imagery.

I picture this little story right here.

I’m in a cabin in the woods, quaint and hidden. It’s cozy and warm in here. There are beautiful rosewood floors, windows overlooking a little haven- a pretty little lake, flowing to become a river somewhere down the line. When the sun shines bright at noon, the leaves and branches outside cast dancing shadows on my window. I’m sitting by the window sill and the shadows of the leaves cast their impression on my skin.

I can do anything here, I have a forest of dreams. I feel at one with nature. This is my fairy-tale, to me fairy-tales were never about other people, they were about the protagonist being at liberty to explore her life, her dreams. Here, I’m at liberty to do as I please, I’m as free as a bird.

The sun is sparkling so lovely today, creating little glittering ripples in the stream.

Sparkling waters Photographed by me

So, I go outside and just sit by the lake, calm and serene. I can walk around in these woods and follow the sun streaming through the trees. It’s this little interlude that I desperately need. Often in my reveries I’m singing by the water, watching the sun shine, the birds fly and the fishes swim. Everything in this spot right here is designed perfectly. When this reverie is over I will still have this memory. When I wake up from my dream, I know this is not just a dream. Those quaint spots on this earth are set to perfection and they will always be that way, perfect under the sun. Why would I need anybody to come and rescue me from this?

-Anshudha Garimella

I hope you enjoyed reading it. 😀

Reveries #1 : The Gothic Library

This is a series of posts I’m starting. Reveries I welcome you to come with me to atmospheric imaginative adventures. To escape, To visualize, To read and to relax or just to experience something different. I hope they interest you and I hope you enjoy reading them. Thank You.

My only suggestion is to Imagine yourself as the I in the story.

#1.The Gothic Library

It’s the afternoon in a Victorian Mansion, facing a scenic beauty, but I cannot touch the scenery for it is too cold and lonely. It’s one of those days, grey, foggy, rainy, stormy. All rolled into a million shades of winter. I’m here feeling blue in my solitude.

The fire is burning, warm and cozy. The crackling of the fire breaks my reverie. I feel jaded in this weather, it happens this time of the year. So I take my feet to the library upstairs, I can’t go anywhere so might as well travel in some way. Maybe I’ll go to France, to Versailles in it’s prime, or to the Roman times. Maybe I’ll take to the sea, while I read the accounts of those seafarers, explorers and sailors.

Isn’t it wild that there was a time when people didn’t really know how big this world really is?

It’s small to us. It’s easy and predictable. I can travel better and faster than them. Yet I am just like those characters, just like those writers and poets, forever writing and thinking about things nobody knows the answers to. My life is a story just like everybody’s life.

In this atmosphere I can’t do anything else. So, I dance around for a while…….

The lightning strikes outside, it starts to rain down, like there’s a waterfall cascading down the sky. The cloud bursts and I’m startled, I feel like my heart just skipped a beat. Believe it or not I love those little moments of being startled, they have this energy, that makes me feel alive.

So, I pick a book about philosophy. And play Erik Satie, I’m creating an ambience now, a place to reflect on the questions nobody knows the answers to. Yet we ask, and we will forever keep asking. And, by the time the pale shadow of the sun sets I will too have no answers, none at all.

So I think, because our minds are our only true irreplaceable asset. I always kept thinking because I thought that, that was the only way to grow. But I thought to the brink of losing my vessel completely. It’s time to take a break for 10 minutes or so. To get lost in somebody else’s poem, somebody else’s melody. I need that.

I thought to the point of breaking. I thought so much that I needed a vacation to escape the thinking. And now that I’m in this library of thoughts, of other people’s art. I can sit here for a while, read some other’s verse, rewire my own mind. Because I have much to write, much to sing when I leave this library.

-Anshudha Garimella

Note: I got the idea of this, as I was overthinking about things and reading a poem just rewired my brain, it helped me get out of my doubts and relax a little. I’m sure you’ve all had an experience like that, reading something you just couldn’t put down. Something that transported you and made you feel better. : D

I hope you enjoyed it. Thanks for reading. : D

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The Winter Solstice Ritual….

Hey, It’s the time of the winter solstice. It will be colder and greyer now, in most parts of the world.

Lately, I’ve been reading a lot about the summer and winter solstice. It fascinates me how people throughout the ages, through centuries and time lived and celebrated this event.

From ancient times the elements, the planets, the sun, the natural environment designed people’s lifestyle. The position of the sun was how they could determine planting season.

During a solstice celebration summer or winter people got together, ate special meals, performed special traditions in honour of this event.

Every time I read about ancient civilizations it makes me feel bittersweet. Sweet because, to me it is just mesmerizing how ancient civilizations viewed and worshiped nature.

Bitter because it is something that is rare now. We are all so distracted by futile things, that we never stop to feel the breeze or smell the rose.

It wasn’t until this year that we started to miss the little things, the little things we took for granted like going out for a walk, spending a pleasant day outside.

Nature has much to give us, the more I read about nature in any form, the more grateful I feel in life.

Here is a ritual I created to celebrate this winter solstice, I hope you would like to try it too:

A solstice tradition to follow all through the remaining winter months.

  1. To be thankful for all the warmth in our lives. Warmth in fabric, warmth in a cup, warmth in a hug from a loved one. This is important to acknowledge because being warm is being extremely fortunate.
  2. Light up, the house, the mood, the mind. It’s the best way to fight the blues. So, light a candle, watch something that makes you smile and give yourself some me time.
  3. Cook a nice, warm winter meal. Solstice celebrations, like any celebrations contain a connection with food.
  4. Write down 5 things that you are grateful for.
  5. This winter- pick up a new good habit, a lifestyle change, a positive change to transform yourself for the better. Think about your present lifestyle, and think about how you can make it better. What do you need to do? What is bothering you? How can you change your life today? No matter how small the change, if it helps you be a better you, to be the one that’s happy. It’s worth it, work on yourself. So, by spring you will be ready to bloom into a better you.
Warmth in a cup, Photographed by me.

Have a warm winter. 😀

Floating Clouds on a Rainy Day

Gloomy Day in Paris, Photographed by me.

The absence of sunshine always brought me down. But I learnt something very important through song-writing and poetry.

Every thing is an allegory. There is beauty in everything, If you only look. A cloudy day can take you to memories of summers in your mind. They can show you something you never noticed, an idea, a wild imagination.

Music is the key to finding the beauty on a rainy day.

Next time the cloudy days get to you, do this:

  1. Notice the atmosphere, notice the sky.
  2. Put on some jazz, because jazz will just make sense, on a gloomy day.
  3. Make yourself a hot drink.
  4. Write down your feelings.

These are the artists I listen to on a gloomy day:

  1. Billie Holiday
  2. Julie London
  3. Sigur Ros
  4. Pink Floyd
  5. Charles Aznavour

Create your own personal rituals for every kind of mood.

What are some songs that soothe your mind on a gloomy day?

Share in comments, I would love to know.

Have a warm day.

Poetic Meditations #2: A Snowy Afternoon Spent in Warmth


warm your soul in this imagery:

It’s the afternoon on the dot

all of a sudden everything’s come to a halt

This morning that just ended was one of those cold blazing

winter mornings, but It’s the afternoon now

an afternoon frosted in white

A picture painted in cotton, a landscape so cold to touch

if you step outside it will make you blush

the deepest red.

It’s been a cold year, the coldest in a while,

so we’re going to stay inside.

Put on a record that sings the tunes of winter

pour some wine and just sit for a while

Picture yourself calm and serene,

draped in cashmere,

curled up in a haven.

Repeat these words…

“It’s been a cold winter, the coldest in a while

but the love in my heart survived”

Everything outside is still, the sparkles in the snow glisten

the winds are performing a dance, listen!

wild and ferocious, but graceful nonetheless

Everything is freezing but not you, you still have so much love and so many dreams

to hold on to.

You are warm in your soul

Warm in your heart

You breathe in deeply

You are about to start,

a new year, in the blink of an eye

and as this snowy day comes to an end

breathe in the dreams that you hold

and repeat these words…..

It was the coldest year, coldest in a while

but I still have love,

and the warmth in my life survived.”


This is for you, wherever you may be. Have a cozy winter, imagine yourself this way, read and visualize. I hope you sleep well tonight. Seasons Greetings.

With Love.


Here’s an idea – Keep a Beauty Journal.

There’s a habit that I have recently started that I feel can benefit many people. I didn’t start this with the intention of making it a habit. I just did this to try to teach myself how to think more positively. And it started to make me feel better, so now I’m turning this into a habit.

I call it Beauty Journaling.

You all have heard of journaling, people write their fears and anxieties down to get ahead of them to gain some power over them, some people write gratitude journals to incorporate the positive routine of being grateful.

Maybe you’ve done it maybe you haven’t.

Journaling is just keeping a log of important things, feelings. I started to keep a notebook that I call a beauty journal. It’s not a vanity thing.

Basically every night I decided to either write or say out loud ‘five things that I found beautiful today.’

At first I didn’t know what to write so I started with simple things, I would write something like this:

These are the things I found beautiful today:

The birds chirping in the morning outside my window, the warmth I felt in my bed while listening to them. I went for a walk and I saw a beautiful sunset. I photographed the changing colour of the sky. It was orange, then pink, then purple, then dark. I listened to a beautiful song today, that I’ve never heard before. I watched a lovely film today that touched me.

These are just simple things. But as soon as I wrote them down and said them out loud. I felt positive, calm and happy. So I kept doing it. And the more I kept doing it the more beauty I saw in the little things and the big things.

Beauty is in the air. Morning Sky Photographed by Me.

The more I acknowledged the beauty that exists, the more I observed it and made a note of it. The more beauty I found. The more beautiful ideas, thoughts, feelings I found within me.

The Idea behind Beauty Journaling:

What we choose to focus on keeps coming to us in various ways. If you choose to focus on your fears, those thoughts will keep coming back, overpowering you and discouraging you from following your dreams and making you feel miserable.

Fear is a normal part of life, it isn’t easy to be fearless. I get that- saying don’t focus on your fears is easier said than done. But it can be done. It’s hard to just pick fear up and throw it out of your life. But it is possible to not give fear so much power.

If you can focus on things or teach yourself to focus on things that you find beautiful, motivating, positive. You will feel encouraged, vibrant and one day fearless. Perhaps I’m idealizing things but it is worth a shot, if nothing else.

By focusing on beauty, (and I don’t mean material beauty) you will be shifting your energy from the negative to the positive. Therefore, making room in your life for more beauty to take place. welcoming more happiness. It is kind of like de-cluttering. When you throw out jaded, unwanted things you have more space to fill up with new things.

After a while there are emotions that are just toxic and are not doing you any good. Like all the clutter taking up space. Why keep them?

I can see this happening to me. My brain became so inclined to thinking negative that I couldn’t say a positive word . But I’m teaching myself how to change that, to rewire my mind. To truly write and say lovely things.

By focusing on beauty you’re sending a message to the universe that you are ready to accept beauty, that you see it and you appreciate it. It’s this shift that is necessary for a lifestyle change, a positive mind, a happy life.

You can find beauty anywhere. All of us do. But sometimes we are unaware of it because we are only focusing on our fears.

If you focus on beauty, you will start seeing it more. It will get pulled to you like a magnet.

If you are doubtful about what to write start with little things. Beauty is in what we see but also in how we feel. Beauty is in a perfume, a melody, a word, a sunrise, a feeling, a thought etc.

This is like a gratitude journal but is easier than that. You are just writing, just noticing loveliness. That’s it. When you do this you will start feeling grateful. So it is like a first step.

It was hard for me to practice gratitude before. So I started with this. And seeing and feeling so many pretty things made me feel grateful.

I hope this will be helpful to you in some way. Everyone deserves to feel happy and beautiful.

Good Vibes.



A Winter Playlist For You….

For me the joy of Winter is in the things we do to bring the lost warmth. Lost warmth poured into a cup. Lost warmth that comes in the form of Christmas lights. Or the soothing melodies that warm the soul on a cold Winter’s night.

Here’s a winter playlist that I really hope makes you feel as warm and cozy as it makes me feel. I hope you like it. I have picked songs that cover all facets of winter, the blue, the warm, the festive and the pensive.

The Winter Playlist Painted Blue

All these tracks are not specifically about winter but they have a vibe that immediately fits with winter. A blue mood, with melancholic lyrics, melodious warm voices which contrast with a cold winter’s day.

  1. Solitude- Billie Holiday
  2. Good Morning Heartache- Billie Holiday
  3. Cry Me A River- Julie London
  4. California Dreamin’- Nancy Sinatra
  5. Old Money- Lana Del Rey
  6. Nights In White Satin- The Moody Blues

The Winter Playlist To Feel Warm

Of course warmth is a temperature, an immediate feeling of physical comfort. But warmth is also in a voice, in words, in melodies. Anything which soothes you has a warmth at its core.

Winter’s can send shivers to your mood too, and wrapping yourself in cashmere won’t be enough to escape those moody days where you just don’t now what to do to feel better. On days like these a peppy, warm, soft and sensual playlist can instantly enhance the mood. Again these songs are not all about winter but I often listen to them in winter and it makes me feel warm.

  1. A Bushel And A Peck- Doris Day
  2. Time After Time- Margaret Whiting
  3. Warm In December- Julie London
  4. Can’t Help Falling In Love- Elvis Presley
  5. Moon River- Audrey Hepburn
  6. I Will Follow You- Ricky Nelson
  7. Cheek To Cheek- Fred Astaire
  8. Jardin D’hiver- Henri Salvador

The Festive Winter Playlist

Now for the festive, the happy, the cheerful holiday playlist. We can all use the happy tunes right about now.

  1. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas- Frank Sinatra
  2. Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!- Dean Martin
  3. White Christmas- Bing Crosby
  4. The Christmas Waltz- Frank Sinatra
  5. Sleigh Ride- Ella Fitzgerald
  6. Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree- Brenda Lee
  7. Jingle Bell Rock- Bobby Helms
  8. Michael Bublé – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

The Moody Winter Playlist for Pensive Minds

When Christmas is over and New Year’s too, the winter feels worse, colder, longer, harsher. It can send some people into a very lonely mood. On the coldest days it can feel like there’s nothing warm to hold on to. But there’s always something warm. On days like these I become very pensive, thinking about random things very deeply. Thinking about nothing and everything.There needs to be a playlist to go with that. Not all of these tracks are about winter but this following one is a mood playlist. A mood that creeps up on me often in winter. As it does for many people.

  1. The End Of The World- Julie London
  2. Ain’t No Sunshine- Bill Withers
  3. Moonlight Serenade- Glenn Miller and Orchestra
  4. I’m A Fool To Want You- Billie Holiday
  5. Dream A Little Dream of Me- Doris Day

I really hope you check these out and I hope they bring you warmth and I hope it fills your home with light and melody.

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Merry Christmas! 😀

I hope you like these suggestions. If there are any specific songs that set the mood for your winters. Please mention them in the comments. I would love to listen to them. Thanks and Merry Christmas!!!

Poetic Meditations #1 : A Misty Evening


sleep tenderly in this imagery:

There’s a vacant road you’re walking on

it leads to everything you could ever want

This ground you feel supporting your feet

is taking you there.

Imagine a beautiful road, empty, silent, foggy

there’s a mist in the air, cloudy skies

The trees line your path

they’ve lost all their leaves

But there’s not a thing to worry about here

You’re entwined now

in an atmosphere of calm, serene skies

There’s a fog, there’s a mist, a drizzle too

but you’re not cold, not at all

you’re free to dance as you please

there’s nobody there, nobody in between.

Just the trees and the soft wind

a petrichor, an ethereal daze

There’s nobody there nobody in between

you’re free to sing as loud as you’d please.

See yourself dancing under heavenly skies

in an atmosphere this beautiful how can you not smile?

The soft wind whispers in your ear “you’re safe here”

the light drizzle kisses your skin

this is your moment, an interlude

a little time to yourself

a little waltz for an evening.

There’s nobody there just you and all your loveliness

there’s nobody in between

you and your happiness

You’re free to do as you please.

you’re free to be who you are.


This poem was written for you. I want you to imagine yourself like this. Keep good vibrations in your heart, read, visualize. And I hope you sleep well tonight. Sweet Dreams.

I’m going to post poetic meditations every now and then, my intention is to transport you, so you can forget everything for a little while, and feed your imagination. I really hope you like it and it helps you in some way. Wherever you may be. Thanks for reading.