Change with the leaves,
turn golden and die.
Death is a blessing,
the mother of the new.
Nature offers the solace of rhythm and change. The turning into fall is an exciting time -- new weather, new food, memories of the past, adventures to come.
It is an invigorating time to be a therapist...
Fall brings new clients, and new changes for old clients. It also brings endings. All of this brings life to my practice; it breathes.
Letting go is infamously hard, but we have to do it -- there is no life without death. We must release people, expectations, wrongs done to us, rights we think we have done.
A sunny fall day makes me want to walk, and look up, and feel the air on my face.
While the exhilaration of Spring after a long winter feels like a rescue, Fall feels like coming home.
I hope you are enjoying it too.