To reap and to sow.
During harvest, one gathers crops (reap) and then plants seeds to grow (sow).
In the spiritual sense, during our harvest (in life and in dying), what we reap, is what we sow. Another way to say this could be karma.
How aware are you of your actions and interactions with others on a daily basis? Not just in the big events in life, but also in the mundane every day of life?
What kind of self discovery would appear?
What insightful and deep nuggets would we find?
What would it look like to participate in a spiritual harvest?
What would come to the surface when we excavate past events?
What would become glaring on how we interacted with people?
Would we find compassion, kindness and love?
Would we discover actions and behaviors we wish to look away from?
A spiritual harvest allows us to see what we sow by ~
Discovering parts of us that are balanced.
Letting go of parts that do not serve our essence.
A spiritual harvest brings back to us what we reaped by ~
Being conscious of our actions.
Treating others in ways that brings respect.
Understanding that our behavior reflects whom we are as humans.
Take the time this fall to rediscover your truth, align your values to your essence and partake in a spiritual harvest so that you can sow and reap what is important to you.