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Humble Hearts Unite

It’s easy in our pursuit of excellence to imprison our hearts. Much energy is alive today to push us to get it right. Whatever that means? The following poem emerged for me as I contemplated the integrative point of balance of light/dark; form/formless; details/big picture; movement/stillness. I wondered what it’s quality of being calls for?

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Nobility Rising

As we continue to face what is in front of us with clear eyes & an open heart, my wish is we also attend to nurturing the nobility seeking to emerge. Tomorrow eves. our winged messenger of the Gods/Goddess (Mercury) slips directly into our regal , dynamic nature (Leo). This poem emerged for me as I contemplated this transition…

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What shall we do Winged Ones?

I admire our winged one family as they travel & fly through this time. Each are messengers, like our planetary archetype messenger, called Mercury. Have you ever stopped and listened, curious of what they speak? On this summer morning, I found myself attentive to the symphony of their caws and calls. This Saturday Morning Poem emerged.

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Are you willing to experiment?

During times of transition we can often feel lost. We look for the roadmap, the plan and or the advice to guide us out of the fog. In this pursuit we awaken to somatic discovery. The map is not the territory. This phrase is a powerful invitation to re-connect with ourselves, in our energetic & biophysical, emotional bodies as…

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May The Winds

Change feels like a spark. A door opens, a door shuts. Transitions flow. The blow in and guide us along a journey. They are dynamic, even in the still points. This poem is a prayer for the winds to come. It was on the heels of maybe a little too much “news”. My heart was open and it flowed…

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What needs to end?

Transitions truly begin with an ending. Even when a change happens, a transition can be held at bay for quite some time. Endings are important as they create space for healing what needs to heal; pruning what needs to be pruned and space for what needs to be planted.

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How else might you cultivate peace?

In our drive to survive, peace becomes for many of us about organizing our environment in ways that feel peaceful. We dream of having things organized, our to-do lists empty and some time to just relax. This can be an endless and ultimately an unfulfilling pursuit. At best we do indeed have clean, organized and structured to-do lists. The…

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