The Luxury in Living Naturally Well
The softness of luxury feels like coolness and warmth at the same time against your bare skin. It is an inviting gentleness bringing an elevated awareness to your senses something is different and yet perfectly fitting and customized to you. There is graceful confidence and timeless style in how you move and feel. Small details become focused intense experiences at the touch of your fingers against them. It is erotic and sensual. A captivating aura we remember well and our body, mind and soul respond instantly to when we encounter it again.
When we feel this aura it empowers us to be bold in ways we otherwise would limit ourselves on doing. We bare ourselves in body, mind and soul opening up to the experience drawing us in. There is no judgement. No ridicule or competitiveness. It is the safest of places where no guardedness is necessary. We can be free to explore, experience and savor every moment and element while enjoying an intimacy directly centered on our own needs and desires.
Sounds almost sexual doesn’t it?
Luxury is a bridge where your deepest desires and dreams become obtainable through the journey of becoming your truest self. We reach this bridge by shedding all the layers we mask ourselves with until we are bare. Completely bare. So bare in our being there is absolutely nothing holding our body, mind or spirit from being in that moment, focused, present, and forgetting anything else around us. We know we’ve reached this threshold of the bridge when the first step we take onto it is felt throughout our being. WE actually stop realizing something has changed. Our senses come alive and we feel the gentleness of winds softly brush against our skin leaving a trail of electricity. Our fingers sweep gently across the surface and we feel it all the way into our stomachs. That solidness of where we are now. Our mind loses all sense of time, obligation and place with calm curiosity for what is ahead. We feel our heartbeat in our chest and intake of crisp fresh air going into our lungs as if it is the first breath we’ve taken in a very long time.
We are alive with sensation.
While this feels incredible and we instinctively know it is right for us, we don’t allow ourselves the opportunity to feel luxury very often against our own body. Our mind grows numb against the draw to it and our spirit dampens to just get through our day. At times, we think we must have imagined the whole thing and it doesn’t even exist at all. We have carefully packed the idea of luxury away as something taboo. We put rules on how and when it can be used. Only the rich have time for luxury. Only the privileged who don’t have to do what we do every day can show us what it looks like. Seeing them flaunt it makes us feel envious and defensive. We observe rich, powerful, celebrity types of people and think they have it all! They live luxuriously while I toil and scrap for everything! The truth though is we have been fooled by this fake luxury. When this happens we misplace the very essence of what luxury is by giving it a very small and limited label and description.
Luxury isn’t monetary at all. It cannot be