When we thought about Thanksgiving, we tuned into focusing on the power of GRATITUDE, which is truly a worthy focus,…
I felt like I had to be a female Jesus without any sort of human needs or desires who could never make a mistake or let anyone down, like some sort of very beige superheroine, putting out the fires, rescuing the weak, and leaping tall expectations in a single bound.
Belonging is one of the greatest human needs, and one of the most pervasive human wounds.
Community is the key to navigating the human journey in a sacred, healing way.
We get to choose how we celebrate this time of the thinning of the veils. Sensationalizing gory and violent death, or honoring this sacred passage and our Ancestors. What’s your choice?
What is the Mother Wound, and How to Heal it?
The more reverence and respect you give to these plants and your own spiritual journey, the more profound (and safe) your experience will be.
I have been outside the box my whole life and have experienced the magic that happens when uniqueness, diversity, and non-conformity can be held in a way that nourishes the differences instead of working at forcing assimilation. Nature loves diversity, and I have always felt the power and magic when I’ve been in places where variety is celebrated, and I knew I needed to make this the heart of what I was being called to create.
For me, sacred isn’t about worshiping someone or something. That’s religion.
Living Wisdom is what is available to us when we are actively engaged with Source. It becomes alive in us. It liberates us from the dogmas of others and makes us accountable to our own Noble Purpose and to Everything that is Greater than us that Wishes us Well.
The reality is that if we have an anchor in our lives, we can endure quite a bit. If we have a sense of consistency and safety, we can excel. And when we are allowed a safe and sacred container where we are truly given encouragement to develop and share our gifts, we are capable of miracles.