Morning light might be one of the most essential pieces of my day; not from an accidental flip of a switch while stumbling through the dark, or the shining 11 AM sun after waking up late on the weekend, but the gentle warmth of our solar system’s resident star as it rises over the horizon. It offers my mind, body, and soul the ability to slowly adapt to the day as the haze from my mind is lifted with light softly penetrating the porous blinds of my studio.
During this time, I also make a point to meditate, lightly exercise, and engage in spiritual readings that ground my mind. It’s a process that’s essential to my well being, so much so that I immediately notice when I’ve gone even 24 hours without it. And while it was indeed enjoyable my first few months in Los Angeles, the time change over the weekend has made it overwhelmingly refreshing because of the morning light I’m able to experience in full.
Like the organic nature of SRNO’s “Morning Light,” the tangible morning light’s effect on myself is nothing less than organic wonder; I could ramble for days about my appreciation of it, but instead, I simply encourage everyone to embrace it in full.