Calming the Storm

It’s a challenge to find peace amidst the craziness of today’s world, have you noticed? This morning as I was doing my best to calm the storm roiling around in my head, I remembered a poem that I read a couple of years ago on the New Waves of Light website that brought blessed relief from the inner turmoil that threatens peace of mind. I share it with you with the hope that it might help do the same for you. These days, we all need as much peace as we can get, wherever we may find it. May your heart be filled with love and light.


Come and rest your mind, Dear One.

Rest and be still awhile. Let Us refresh you.

Let Us cleanse the window of your soul that you may see clearly.

Allow all that troubles you to slip away and create a void in which you may bask in quiet peace and be renewed.

Know that the void within is being filled with Love and Light that cannot be contained.

Allow it to flow out from you into the world around you, lighting everything that surrounds you.

This is the purpose of sitting in quiet stillness Dear One. There is nothing to be done but to become an empty vessel into which the radiance of the Universe can pour its light through you and be made manifest in you.

There is nothing to DO. Just BE. Rest and be still awhile.

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23 thoughts on “Calming the Storm”

  1. Hello Julia,

    Absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing this wonderful–Truthful–poem. “Be still.” All is well. We are loved beyond the finite mind’s comprehension.

    Sending love, kindness, compassion–and gratitude!

    Art 🙏🏻🧡

  2. Dear Julia, What perfect timing! I opened this on the day our moving POD is arriving. I was able to pause and refresh. I could feel the tension melting away. We are close to being ready, and have help coming, so it will all be fine. Many thanks for what you do. Hugs to you.

  3. What a difference this made in my crazy morning, I loved, “May your heart be filled with love and light.” And from the poem – the image of cleaning the window of my soul! Absolutely beautiful, dear Julia! Thanks for filling me up!

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