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to a meditative state

I hear a little whisper within

But the message isn’t clear

Taking a few deep breaths

I attempt to re-focus

And find my center

Giving time to allow

The morning fog to dissipate

at the edge of the forest

Of lingering thoughts

The gentle lull

Of tree branches swaying

Gracefully in the wind

The sensation of being rooted

Like the old oak tree

In the center of the forest

The great pillar of knowledge

A journey through generations

A portal to the realm of ancient wisdom  

The path of understanding and enlightenment

When your creative voice falters, surrender to listening to your inner voice it’ll guide you to a heightened level of understanding and enlighted inspiration. Don’t try to control it, just let it flow. Have fun with it and make time to get messy.

Happy writing, my your heart flow freely and your imagination lead you to a new path full of wonderful adventure!

Poetic Surrender: A Meditation to Enlightenment


Hello, my rays of sunshine! I’m Jenna Gee, aka the Sunshine Artist, always seeking to brighten the world around me and seeking to help others embrace the magic that’s inside them. Every day is an empty canvas waiting to be painted and an empty page waiting to be written. Let’s fill today with the magic of the world around us!

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43 thoughts on “Poetic Surrender: A Meditation to Enlightenment

  1. This is what people mean when there’s strength in surrendering😊 All too often we like to be in control, but I guess we never know what we would miss along the way. Beautiful post!

    1. Thank you Sa!😊 I agree when we surrender our inner voice shines through and our imagination is lit up to freely play and create. I’ve had to be reminded of this on quite a few occasions.😘

  2. Just reading these words brings my heart peace. It’s like I can feel the breeze. Made me think of my character Miranda standing on the bridge lost in thought, from my post, Bridging the Gap. Your heart spreads warmth in this post. 🙂 <3

    1. Awww thank you, I’m I’m happy it filled you with peace and that you were able to connect something personal to that feeling. I’m so happy I spread warmth through my post.😊❤️

      1. You are very welcome, it is dreary here today, so keep spreading the sunshine! 🙂
        Did you read about Miranda? Oh and if you read the comments you will understand about the alligator,which you may have done already! LOL!

    1. Thank you, Winnie! I quite agree. I often find meditation such serene surrender that leaves me feeling calm and in touch with the world around me.😊❤️🌹

    1. Thank you Gina 😊 exactly, mother nature and the world around us is vital to our own existence and our enlightened selves understand the true value of all living things ❤️

  3. This is really lovely and I’ve had a look around, your art work is light and bright, love it! But can’t find a wordpress follow button here?

    1. Awww thank you so much!😊 ❤️ I will look into that and get back to you soon, I’m not sure why it’s not showing up.🤔

      1. no where to be found at all so makes it impossible to subscribe unless I do it by email and I don’t do that … it would clog the system!

      2. I understand, I will definitely look into so that I can fix it. There should be a WordPress follow button, but I’m not sure why it’s not showing up.

    1. I’m currently not at home and can’t check it out from my laptop where I can get to all the control settings. I will make sure to check into it as soon as I can. I appreciate your help and letting me know!😊

      1. I’m happy to say, e-mail subscription down, the WordPress follow button is up between the about this page and my Instagram. 🙂

      2. 😊 I recently bought my own domain name and hosted independently…learning the technology is still a little bit of a learning curve 😉

      3. lol I just paid for mine a month ago … but it was an easy transition from free WP site to paid 🙂
        So glad you could sort that out coz it will make a difference 🙂

      4. Since I went with WordPress through Bluehost, some of the background work has been a learning process. Though, I have to say having my husband who’s an IT guy helps for sure at times. 😉

      5. Haha true! 😉
        I’ve definitely learned a lot from him. He’s a encouraging me to use some basic tools to learn to code. Which to be honest, I really should do.

      6. I’ve been trying to learn new skills and really hone them as I go…a little at a time because it’s not something that comes naturally to me at all. 😉

    1. I understand I’m always told by my husband how stubborn I am…which isn’t always a good thing 😉😇
      I’m really glad it resonated with you…we all have things in our lives where this concept truly applies.😊❤️

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