Here is your weekend meditation. Just spend a few minutes watching the jellyfish (video below). Notice the pulsation, the opening and closing – letting in, letting out – the softness and ease of their movement, the drift, and the ways they are carried and supported by their watery environment. Their effortless, casual connection with each other – sometimes the bells touching and other times, just the long tendrils passing by.
I like to feel that even as we are physically apart, that the tendrils of our love, our deeper social connections – the ones that do not rely on physical proximity – are passing near, gliding and drifting together, all part of our communal knowing, our social expression.
Can you allow these images to support your own watery, flowing body? Enjoy!