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Life as spiritual practice: Kayaking as contemplative practice

Life as spiritual practice: Kayaking as contemplative practice

  Working in the healing arts more and more I find my life less compartmentalized. Working more from home and expanding our already welcoming space to house more workshops, gatherings and events in a home already blessed by traveling friends, artists, nomads, international students and more. I find as I approach my middle years that […]

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Living With Your Heart Wide Open in these Times of Separation and Fear

Living With Your Heart Wide Open in these Times of Separation and Fear

“ Playfully you hid from me. All day I looked. Then I discovered I was you, and the celebration of That began.” Lalla Accepting the invitation that is freely given to all of us but rarely wholeheartedly accepted by most, to fully embody the heart space. To fully be present in all areas of life. […]

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Life is a fast moving train and a slow tedious crawl and everything inbetween

Life is a fast moving train and a slow tedious crawl and everything inbetween

The outside world and my life seem sometimes to be this iron horse of a steam engine train with tons of raggedy, rattling  boxcars adorned with urban art that flashes in color as the train speeds by noisily with its mournful whistle. The removal of the Confederate Flag from the state capital in South Carolina […]

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Empowered  Leadership of Women, Creativity and Sacred Activism

Empowered Leadership of Women, Creativity and Sacred Activism

      I am blessed to be surrounded by women who are empowered leaders. Who have vision and see the gifts and talents of others as  necessary to hone, develop and implement that vision. Women who have creative problem solving capabilities because they think outside the box (some keep the box to make a […]

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