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Blessing # 8 Liminal Space

Blessing # 8 Liminal Space

  Here we are, for better or worse, navigating through the escalating numbers of the Coronavirus and the polarizing political environment. Dear Ones,  This is so hard. Be tender with how and where you offer your heart. Here is the Blessing I am offering in this liminal/in between space that is occupied by all layers […]

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Blessing #7 Celtic Wheel Samhain and Election

Blessing #7 Celtic Wheel Samhain and Election

May you root in Deep Time that is both aware of the present moment and draws from evolutionary wisdom and future possibility. May you be reminded that this planet is over 4 billion years old. May you find your place in the heroine’s journey of your time. May your visions and dreams contain hope. May […]

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Blessing # 5

Blessing # 5

Blessing #5 May you be blessed with the courage to open new doors. May you perceive obstacles as opportunities for growth. May you allow wonder at the change of seasons, the angle of the sun’s rays through the forest, the grace that nature displays in letting go. May you observe each fluctuation of the natural […]

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Blessing # 2

Blessing # 2

Embodied Blessing May you be blessed with the awareness of the gift of your life May you offer that gift in service in ways that love calls you. May you find peace in the pulse of your heart. May you know joy as your essence. May you awaken to the blessing that is present on […]

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The World is Too Much With Us

The World is Too Much With Us

This world right now. This overwhelming, polarized, challenging world. Three Covid-19 deaths in Cambria County this week with an average of 5 new cases daily. My daughter began her sophomore year of college two weeks ago taking most of her classes online from her dorm room in Pittsburgh, 90 minutes away from home. We live […]

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July 4, 2020

July 4, 2020

    It’s going to be a long night. The 4th of July is a loaded holiday at the time of this writing. It has never been one that I particularly care for. I find many holidays in general commercialized and steeped in stories and myth. The stories around holidays tend to have a kernel […]

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