Things have changed for me recently, and in the most gentle, loving and natural way!
Rhiannon is Celtic/ Welsh Goddess of the earth and fertility, of horses and birds and inspiration and moon – sounds a little familiar?
I made the move over to #WaihekeIsland.
It came apparent to me after a big summer being away, touring with #yogaRhythms, and attending conscious festivals every weekend. I had a calling to be closer to nature, to my family and to animals.
I knew that at this point of my life in order to honour my true self, I had be with her (nature) every day, not just day-tripping during the weekends. Life is short. I am 36. Time doesn’t wait. It felt right to gravitate to a more grounded lifestyle.
This has been a very hard decision, as my man still resides in Auckland. My heart has been torn apart. I have cried – a lot.. But I knew that this is an important time for us to honour our own individuality and deep love for one another by letting go of our idea of what our relationship should look like.
It’s crazy how things roll. Since we’ve let go, our bond has transformed and blossomed into a new way of relating. We have re-set our relationship with a new set of values, goals and vision for our future and reconnected on a whole new level, and yes. We are still very much TOGETHER!
My Love Tarnos <3
Today is a Friday and i’ve had a lot to complete in the home office.
But the difference with living on this island is;
I dropped my love at the ferry this morning after the most gorgeous romantic candle lit dinner with my in the new pad.
Filled up with delicious snuggles, I went for a jog on the beach in the crisp morning air and flowed through some sun salutations before heading up to visit my sister and her 4 kids up on Surfdale hill.
I spent an hour with my 3 month old nephew, holding him while he chuckled and then poo’d. Changing his nappy was messy, and fun – being my first time in a while!
My girlfriend invited me and my twin nieces to spend some time with her horses today at #waihekehorseworx – Oh sweet horses. I love them. I have missed having them close to me for years.
I then rocked it out in the office all afternoon listening to phat beats!
Twin Nieces – Rock my world!
secretly in love with Doofus.
I love the city and it’s energy, people and action, but I have set myself up over the last 5 years to work online and be free from traffic and offices and things like that, therefore I no longer require the city for full time residence. So this is me for now…
Here on Waiheke, life is a little slower.
I grew up here from 5 – 12 years old, then every summer until i was 16. I know.
We live on tank water from rainfall, it’s pretty much sacrilege if you don’t run a compost. Fruit trees dish out sweet abundance on the front lawn. It’s easy to grow greens and herbs, and 3 chickens potter around the lawn and scratch freely around the outskirts of the bush, and my new cat friend Aroha sweetly hangs out adoring the casual affection. The beach is within walking distance, which beckons swims at dusk and early morning yoga flow on low tide in between work times.
To be with Nature is a direct connection to the divine – I feel this!
This move comes in perfect time to honour the lead up to Earth Day!
Shiva Rea one of the worlds most influential goddesses. She is selflessly sharing her knowledge for a free Earth Empowerment Body Mudra Course. Today was day 1. This comes as perfect timing for me to re-wild, simplify, immerse in nature and work hard to create, learn and inspire!
Join the 10 day course! @shivarea108 on Instagram
Follow my progress @rireinaction
“May we realize the power of the abundant energy, breath, life-intelligence, extraordinary force of love within us all” – Shiva Rea
@shivarea108 #flowforchange #yogaforlight