In Honor Of…Death

Dedicated to the grace that may arrive and inform, as death approaches. This, for Deb: As I arrive, I’m keenly aware of the unknown. All I’ve heard is that the fight is over, now it is time for you to die. As I pass over the threshold of your room’s door, I see that since... Continue Reading →

What I Wish I’d Said

Today, my 93 year old grandpa is having heart surgery. All of us, including him, are maintaining a positive outlook, one that is hopeful and confident, leaning on the medical staff's expertise that this is, in fact, the right move. And though we are all keeping our eyes on a positive future, we can't deny... Continue Reading →

Waking Up…Part III

What does YES feel like in your body? How do you know when you're experiencing joy? As, I wrote in Part II, we are being given cues all along about how to move towards joy on our paths. We are being guided through the wildness into clarity through a love language we're often unaware of.... Continue Reading →

Waking Up…Part II

The answer is: You keep walking. (Read Part 1) But you stop looking down at your feet, and start looking around because... The world is speaking to you. Through every single one of your senses, there is guidance being offered that reveals your path to you. I've started to realize that we're living in a... Continue Reading →

Waking Up….Part 1

For years of our lives, if we grow up in the western educational system, we are directed. Spoon-fed, if you will, what we need to learn, how we ought to learn it, and then what's needed to prove we know it. And we're told, to keep going down this path. Shown that jobs like this... Continue Reading →

Seeking pleasure is a main ingredient of the human condition. We long for the good feels and when we find them, we do all that we can to keep them going, at whatever the cost. Think of the relationship you stayed in far past its expiration date. The memories of belonging and togetherness and love... Continue Reading →

How Can I Call This Home

These words came through me on behalf of the Nisenan people, those indigenous to the lands of the Yuba River. They apply to all land though, that once loved the bare feet of their children who ran across it. How can I call this home. My root begins to drop but hovers just above the... Continue Reading →

Weaver of the Web

You are weaving your side of the web as you read this. And we each need to be weaving for the whole, interconnected web to function. Don't forget that you offer your own unique offerings, no one else can bring them forward except for you. So be careful about gazing upon the future, thinking that... Continue Reading →

Begin Again at the Beginning

This morning, I was on Facebook, and noticed myself perusing a couple of my friends' pages, looking at what they've been up to. Now I've come to realize that there are a few, specific friends who I compare myself to. As if everything they do points to everything it is that I'm not doing. And... Continue Reading →

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