Monthly Archives: February 2016

Stardust (2007)

D’you know how it is when you see a movie and it resonates in such a way that you just have to share? Friday night, having worked late, I arrived home nearing bedtime.  Not wanting the fuss of a bath or shower to rinse off my day and climb back into my own space, I…

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Session with Sienna

What a fascinating week!  This Monday just passed, I had a shadow session with Sienna.  This woman is a midwifing marvel.  I’ve said it before, and I will most certainly say it again…a marvel.  I was near blind to what she so easily saw as a huge impediment.  It’s funny that way, isn’t it?  Thing…

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I Get To

Moons ago, when studying yoga, the guru emphasized that in times until recent, spiritual development was a life of the recluse — monks and nuns of varying disciplines; mostly men, withdrew from society to devote themselves to inner inquiry in quiet.  The path of the householder was demanding enough for a full life.  There simply…

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Rabbit Hole < > Wholeness

We’re moving so fast, each day can feel like a lifetime, and each piece of ourselves returned can bring a tectonic shift in not just awareness but in being-ness.  Somewhere between the winter solstice and the new year, after years at sea, I reached shore.  I didn’t know what I was feeling at first.  It…

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Purpose & Imposition

And what does that have to do with a set table? Triggered by the Rise Multiversity event a week ago, Saturday, How Sacred Cosmology Can Empower You in 2016, presented by Bood Hickson, I’ve been combing through my stash of reports: astrology, numerology, human design, most specifically, accumulated from years of trying to figure out…

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wake up to Wake Up

All our conversations are so elevated, we’re immersed in the big picture and the deep details.  Waking up used to mean simply what happened after a night’s slumber at the point a new day dawned.  A true action verb rather than a great analogy for the scales falling from our eyes as to the actual…

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