One such gift fluttered at my feet this morning as i went on my walk with Billy, our poodle
It was a Puriri moth. Nocturnal and shy I had only ever seen a photo of one of these before but they are unmistakable, New Zealand's largest moth and other worldly.
It felt like a gift. It felt significant and as i took it back towards the trees I remembered why it felt significant.
The second ever time i tended my own story, one of the metaphors i used was about the Puriri Moth. Their silence and otherworldly magic held the energy i wanted to bring in to my story, into my life with this new story.
This process of tending to your story is called Reframing and it was with this Puriri Moth story that i began the work that is one of my favourite ways to tend to others in the world. A process i have called Reframing Your Story this work is around listening with my auditory ears and my heart ears to what you hold and what is asking to be born from you and writing the story for you with new possibilities and new windows through which you can see your own life.
This process launches our coracle hearts into the imaginal realm and uses the magic and language of the unconscious through image and metaphor to begin to open pathways in our hearts.
I believe in the power of reframing deeply. And in that vein i would like to share with you my very personal story in which the Puriri moth starred.
The appearance of this messenger today tells me it is time and so i ask that you make space in your heart for something very sacred to me - A Flotilla of Puriri Moths.
And if this calls to you and you like the idea of creating a new story, being joined in your life by metaphors that will sustain and transform, images that will hold you strong and lash you to the mast when life is full of sirens then contact me here about Reframing Your Story.