The Lovers & The Orgasmic Experience of Being Alive

Living consciously means to embrace every day as a new adventure and to live life whole-heartedly with all its ups and downs and with everything it has to offer.

Living consciously invites renewal at all times, sorting out and letting go off the things that don’t serve you. Only then can you be free to invite new possibilities.

 

Flow, Change and Trust are the key words. It’s just like walking a labyrinth, where you may focus on the three R’s: Release, receive and reflect. Every day you consciously sort out, let go, embrace the new, and perceive yourself as ever evolving and as a lover of life.

 

In Girls Don’t Ride Motorbikes – A Spiritual Adventure Into Life’s Labyrinth I describe my thoughts as I leave California. Please enjoy this excerpt from Chapter 28:

 

…Hours later, I crossed the Colorado River into Arizona. Burned ochre dominated the bone dry land and the sculpted sandstone formations. Saguaro cactuses watched silently. I rode through purgatory heat and meditated to stay calm. A gentle trickle of love permeated me. I focused on happy moments and the trickle turned into a stream. I felt a sense of lust, longing and the excitement of being in love. The lust turned into a desire to be in love with my life. It was easy to accomplish while traveling and seeking new adventures everyday. Yes, I felt an orgasmic sense of ecstasy on this trip. ‘This was how being alive should feel like,’ I thought. I desired tasting the rich, luscious life to its fullest…

 

Tasting the rich, luscious life translates for me to travel and I always yearn for the next big adventure. As a meditation teacher I am thankful to live a life, which truly allows me to be relaxed and enjoy every moment. I also have this sense that I am pretty aware of my surroundings, but apparently that was a misperception.

 

The other day, I was very surprised when I drove down Kelso Road in Mt. Lebanon and discovered a sculpture that I had never seen before; even so it’s been there the last couple of years and I have been down that road many times. Now I wonder what may have shifted within me, so that I was able to notice the sculpture. Just like these words of wisdom suggest: The true adventure on the journey of self-discovery is not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.

 

It’s reminder that sometimes the most exciting discovery might just be around the corner.

 

The sculpture’s artist Guy Bellaver inspired my motorcycle ride today, including a visit to the Cameron Wellness Center Labyrinth, which I built in 2008, and a stop at the Washington & Jefferson College to admire the sculpture titled 1970 by Guy Bellaver.

Please enjoy the photographs:

 

The Lovers, a sculpture by Guy Bellaver. Located on the corner of Kelso Road and Bethany Drive in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
The Lovers, a sculpture by Guy Bellaver. Located on the corner of Kelso Road and Bethany Drive in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
The Lovers
The Lovers
The Lovers
The Lovers
I always enjoy a visit to the Cameron Wellness Center Labyrinth which I built in 2008. It's the first hospital affiliated labyrinth in Western Pennsylvania. Please check out the birth of a labyrinth at http://doritbrauer.com/labyrinth_design.html
I always enjoy a visit to the Cameron Wellness Center Labyrinth, which I built in 2008. It’s the first hospital affiliated labyrinth in Western Pennsylvania. Please check out the birth of a labyrinth at http://doritbrauer.com/labyrinth_design.html
The Cameron Wellness Center Labyrinth in Washington, Pennsylvania.
The Cameron Wellness Center Labyrinth in Washington, Pennsylvania.
Guy Bellaver’s sculpture, entitled 1970, at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania.
Guy Bellaver’s sculpture, entitled 1970, at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania.
Great art and the 100 horsepower super machine. What else could I possibly need?
Great art and the 100 horsepower super machine: my definition of happiness.
The sculpture by Guy Bellaver is mesmerizing and inspiring from every angle.
The sculpture by Guy Bellaver is mesmerizing from every angle.
A very inspiring day. The Bellaver Sculpture at the Washington & Jefferson College is only a 10 minute drive from the Cameron Wellness Center Labyrinth. I look forward to visit it again.
A very inspiring day. The Bellaver Sculpture at the Washington & Jefferson College is only a 10-minute drive from the Cameron Wellness Center Labyrinth.

 

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