Peel back the layers.
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Think it’s time to start breaking down some thought paradigms?
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breaking down hierarchies
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Grounded in Hope
Free use from Pixabay Each year at this time, I look forward to the tulips 🌷 blossoming in my front yard, the geese returning, and seeing the children playing outside, their winter jackets all tossed in a heap on the last pile of melting snow. The spring season represents opening, rejuvenation, and renewal. The promise of spring shows us that after…Read More →
We Don’t Have to “See the Good” in Everyone
Trusting our fellow human beings Today, my morning reading list included an article where a writer expressed her approach to life as one in which she “wanted to see the good in people.” I groaned. I’ve read enough of these...
Entering Our Dark Night of the Soul
Burning Signs I sat across from my client in my cozy office where I was offering Ayurveda consultations and bodywork. I was probably talking to my client about the importance of self-care and offering tips on everything from diet to...
How to Balance Truth with Kindness
When I used to teach yoga, I loved teaching the inherent conflict between the Yamas (principles) known as Sattva (truth) and Ahimsa (non-harming/kindness). I often did so by sharing the following story: A meditator was sitting in the forest when a deer ran by....
Accepting the Life Cycle of our Creations
“You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions. Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities, nor be attached to not doing your duty.” The...
How to Move Into Wisdom Like a Crone
My favorite symbol is the triquetra, pictured above. It is a symbol that represents the “trinity”, for example: birth, death, rebirth creation, manifestation, destruction past, present, future Or, the triquetra can represent my personal favorite trinity: the Triple Goddess. The Triple...
In Our Fast-Changing World, a False Sense of Security Is the Only Kind There Is
The second half of the title of this post—“A false sense of security is the only kind there is,”—is a quote by storyteller and teacher Michael Meade, who himself attributes it to an old Irish poem. Whatever its roots, when...