The Medicine Wheel is a sacred Native American system for understanding our connection to nature, the divine and our life path. With respect and gratitude, I’ve taken the basic architecture … Continue reading Mapping your inner and outer path using the Medicine Wheel
I love this quote from Neruda’s poem about the power of change, the inevitability of freedom, coming like Spring no matter whether we cut the flowers down, no matter what we do, the season rises in the world and our blood.
We all get to grow older, if we’re blessed to be alive. So what does it mean to you? What stories are you carrying about aging, and how might they … Continue reading What does it mean to know yourself as old? Ram Dass reflects on healthy aging in a society that devalues older people
Grateful as always for Terri St. Cloud and BoneSigh Arts, art and affirmations that remind me to step up with compassion and love:
i see what happens when we don’t stop and think and
work hard to reach towards love…
i see what happens when we give in to fear and our need
and maybe even more unnerving than that, i see how that’s
encouraged all around us. (Read more in her blog….)
(Available from bonesigh arts as a card or print.)
Courage requires acknowledging, using, and freeing yourself from the fear that holds you back. You know this in your bones! You can do it…
The world is full of surprises, but too often we look for confirmation of the story we expect, and miss the wonder. Today I was inspired by this poem to … Continue reading What if: you think in ways you never thought before? Rock your world, change your mind….
It’s an old story, and not a pretty one: We always hurt the ones we ought to love the most: ourselves. But that doesn’t have to become the story of … Continue reading Are You Using Your Creativity for Liberation or Limitation?
Have you ever thought, my life is too small, my life is too big, my life just isn’t enough!? Join the human club, a pity party all of us join … Continue reading Is Your Life Big Enough for You? Time to Take a True Measure