"Trees are the earth's endless effort to speak to the listening heaven." ~ Rabindranath Tagore As a child, I used to climb the huge white pine tree next to our home. I'd cling to the trunk like a little girl barnacle as the wind blew and the tree swayed. I was convinced tree and sky … Continue reading Our greatest challenge is our greatest gift
"Our energies might be traveling out of our brains and bodies and into those of other living beings of all kinds through imprints on this magical substance. The oceans and rivers and rains might be transporting all manner of information throughout the world." Diana Rico in her article "Scientists investigate water memory." Isn't that a wonderfully … Continue reading Monday Moorings: Water? Really?
Come home to this moment. Breathe. Restore your equanimity. Carry on.
What I love about you and me is this: we’re different. We are part of a community of 12 - 20% of the population offering unique and needed skills, perceptions, and perspectives for the Conceptual Age. One of the things I also love about us is that we face similar challenges. Like the challenge of not believing … Continue reading What I love about you and me.
Almost one year ago I chose to step back and reevaluate who I wanted to be professionally. I dove into this process because - despite successfully supporting my clients through empowering changes in self-perception, and in how they lived their lives - the purpose of my business felt murky, and my identity as a practitioner felt … Continue reading Starting Over … Again?
I have a confession. I've been feeling guilty for years because I hadn't found "THE THING". The one thing that was the perfect way to serve and live my purpose and be all I could be. That one true purpose everyone tells you you're supposed to find. Between the culture I live in (I'm in … Continue reading Ack! I must not be normal.
A young redtail hawk has moved into the trees along our tiny stream. His “screeee!” slices through my prevaricating when I’m untethered and floundering. I’m forced to stop chasing the monkeys in my mind and focus outward. To him. He (I’m almost certain the hawk is a young male) hunts our wet meadow most days. … Continue reading Occupy Your Resilience
Is anyone else feeling a little smothered by, or impatient with, bigger than life drama? You can probably tell by my question that I am. Usually, I’m a pretty unflappable person (I’ve even been told that people feel more at peace when they’re around me -- very grateful to know this), but like everyone I … Continue reading “Where the fluffnarts are we?”