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I am creating a new love offering called Walking in Beauty. Want to be part of it? All you need to do is share what “walking in beauty” means to you.
Scroll down to see what some of my friends and circle sisters have already shared. Your choice to chime in tells me I have permission to publish what you share.
Random backstory… I first became aware of the ‘Beauty Way’ and ‘Beauty, Eh?’ via the a Canadian sketch, “The Great White North” featuring fictional brothers Bob and Doug Mackenzie. Some of the writing in the skit was extremely catchy, and for a time, ‘Beauty, Eh?’ was very much a part of my teenage vernacular when I experienced something I liked.
My personal practice of walking in beauty began after my daughter was born in 2000 and was amplified during an intense 3o day Yoga teacher training experience. Practicing Yoga, Joy Spotting® and reading Shambhala Sun (cover to cover since 2006) helped me become aware of all of the great and crushing beauty in the world and in my own heart. Since then, I’ve been deepening my spiritual practice as a student of Shamanic teachings.
I feel deep gratitude and so much respect for the Native American people who inspired a deeper curiosity about living in a beauty way. “hozho naasha is Navajo for “To walk in the Beauty way.” To walk in beauty is to know the goodness of all creation.“hozho” – means “natural order.” The term natural order is temporal time, cardinal directions, cycles of seasons. When we travel through life in right relationship to the elements of the four cardinal directions way we are walking in beauty.”
– Patricia Anne Davis
Enjoy how some of my friends describe walking in beauty. You’re welcome to leave a comment and add your voice to the mix!
To me, ‘Walking in Beauty’ means honoring my truth as I align with my sacred path. I walk the path of beauty in my life by behaving and making choices that are authentic to my divine feminine essence and that reflect my inner goddess. -Leesa Wilson
I choose to walk in beauty by taking care of me so I can shine from the inside out.
Spending time with my daughters always feels like walking in beauty.
For me walking in beauty is living from the knowledge that life is beautiful no matter our perception of it through challenges and pain – recognizing the beautiful miracle in everything. I choose to walk in beauty by recognizing the beauty within others (including myself) and letting them know it as much as possible. -Brandy Schuster
I walk in beauty by caring enough about myself and learning to love myself just the way I am. -Donna Hudson
Walking in beauty for me is…loving the skin I’m in. Confidence and worthiness are inner beauty traits that make me shine on the outside. -Christine Laureano
I choose to see beauty in every person I meet … I choose beauty and that is amazing.
I can say I define walking in beauty as clearing my heart to reflect love, unity and compassion. My actions stem from that. I can choose to give myself and others the experience of acceptance, peace and love. -Kimberly DuBoise
When I initially read the phrase “Walk In Beauty” The Joe Crocker song popped into my head.
You are so beautiful
You’re everything I hope for
You’re everything I need
You are so beautiful
As I confront some inner challenges, I strive everyday to find the joy and beauty surrounding me. -Joann Sondy
Walking in beauty is spending time with children – their sweet untarnished minds are raw beauty. Walking in beauty is to see the world through the eyes of child.
To me walking in beauty is accepting each circumstance as a moment of learning. I walk in beauty by accepting each moment for what it is and releasing resistance.
By constantly reminding myself of all of the beauty that surrounds me and by keeping my heart open, wide open! -Joan D’Argo
To me walking in beauty is to embracing my inner child with every breath I take and keep the flow of unconditional Love by loving myself, be kind and forgiving.
Walking in beauty is appreciating the everyday – the birds singing, my dogs waking me up, listening to the water cycle in my fish tank… We are surrounded by beauty. All we must do is notice it. -Mary Pritchard
Walking In Beauty for me is, waking up with a smile, blessed with another day.
‘Walking in beauty’ involves cultivating awareness that my inner beauty and wellness are interwoven with the natural world’s beauty and wellness. -Chara Armon
Walking in beauty is the commitment to embodying and projecting love. I try to be the light wherever I am for everyone who is with me. -Gina Caruso
Mindfulness walking is an activity in my upcoming book. Walking with the awareness of the body and mind, and noticing the feet and the bones. -Barbara Neiman
I walk in beauty by remembering to embrace the blessings. -Teresa Morrow
To me, walking in beauty first comes with waking to a new day fully refreshed and eager to accept the challenges of the day knowing that each obstacle is not a towering inferno, rather a test of our faith in ourselves to always overcome, to stand upright and tall with our heads held high in pride that we are not better than anyone else other than who we were yesterday. I do this everyday by reflecting on how I may have gone wrong and how it needs to be corrected tomorrow. -Kristi Love
How do you define walking in beauty?