the bane of my life
The love of my life
I love to take them
Look at them
I want to show them to everyone
Which I can do on insta or Twitter etc
But how much more joy is to be had when you hold each one
Looking at it closely studying it seeing nuances I hadn’t noticed before
Telling the story of the photo as you pass it around
Everyone person touching it, feeling the love of the moment held in its energy
Creating more love energy as they too add a story
I adore looking at peoples photos if I come to your house the first thing I want to do is look at your photos.
What I do not want to do is sit through five albums on one ski trip
I want a handful of memories the ones that really tell the story.
I want to feel the energy that was created the first time the taker saw the image
So therefore only keep photos that invoke happy memories
Yes that may be a beautiful picture of you and your loved one
But if when you look at it a bad memory, negative thought comes up thank it for its lesson and release
Chances are even though the picture is beautiful, flattering a holiday memory etc if it gives you any feeling other than joy when you look at it something happened connected to that photo that holds bad feeling probably not even consciously
Perhaps you bumped your toe, dropped something just something as seemingly insignificant as that creates a bad energy that us then felt every time the picture is seen.
Some exceptions exist, this photo of my best friend Amy and I at our school Xmas disco aged 15 1991
It’s from a time of huge duality for me, highs and extreme lows, but the sorrow has gone when I look at this because I have made peace with the trauma that goes alongside this photo.
And it was a trauma that taught me more about myself than anything has since
So I love this photo
This one is just a joy
So put aside half hour grab some pictures, keep ones that spark joy, ask if you learned a lesson during that time, but is holds negativeness, thank it for the lesson release
Look out for my organising photos blog post coming up