Dear all, For the last two weeks, we have been exploring the Sacred Path of Self Love. We began by looking at where we can get lost and disconnected from it, even if our upbringing was largely loving and warm. Then we explored what it means to be on the path, what that can look… Continue reading Healing as an Empath: The Sacred Path of Self Love, Part 3
Dear all, Last week we began this journey by exploring how we can become disconnected from the Sacred Path of Self Love. How our most sacred and precious gifts of empathy, intuition, and sensitivity can become lost in the shadow sides of over-responsibility, boundary loss, and service as sacrifice. How this can become a set… Continue reading Healing as an Empath: The Sacred Path of Self Love, Part 2
Dear all, Self Love is a Sacred Path. Yes. I said it. "But - what good is self love when it feels like everything is falling apart? What is the purpose of focusing on self love, when so many others are suffering? I have to take care of everyone else - that's what I am… Continue reading Healing as an Empath: the Sacred Path of Self Love, Part 1
Ongoing collection of wellness resources through the time of COVID-19.
Dear all, This time we are living in - is a lot. I know many folks are scared, panicked, and anxious. Still others are in shock or disbelief. Others may feel angry and frustrated, or deep grief. No matter what you feel, it is welcome. There is no one right way to feel about what… Continue reading Heart-Care for the Time of Coronavirus
“You do not have to be good.You do not have to walk on your kneesFor a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.You only have to let the soft animal of your bodylove what it loves.”- from "The Wild Geese", by Mary Oliver Dear all, It’s been a minute. Life has changed in numerous ways since… Continue reading To Love Ourselves Home
Dear all, This last full moon brought forward many things I did not want to see within myself and others. Things that caused hurt, pain, and loss. Things that arose from unhealed places. Things I would much rather deny, minimize, or move away from. Things that held the key to a new place of growth… Continue reading Loving Ourselves Through Our Mistakes