“This life is the way, the long sought after way to the unfathomable, which we call divine. There is no other way” (Carl Jung in his Red Book).
This life includes emotions, the sad ones, happy ones, mad ones, the positive ones, negative ones, numbing ones, energizing ones. Emotions are a part of Life. . . . → Read More: Emotions: Doorways to the Divine
T I M E p a s s e s..,
bodies changes relationships forge hearts o p e n and.., ultimately B R E A K o p e n, perpetually sculpting,
re-sculpting the here and
now L o v i n g is not
for the faint of heart
Couer-age dear . . . → Read More: Letting Go
In the syndicated television program “Charmed”, one of the main characters, named Leo was described as a “white-lighter”. I think many of us here on the planet today might recognize our Selves and many others, as modern day white-lighters Who are we? We are You: sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, neighbours, friends, average men and . . . → Read More: Honouring the Miraculous and the Mundane
Winter Solstice has just passed. The darkest night of the year. The end of the earth’s long exhalation that began at the Summer Solstice. Will it ever end? This diving deeper and deeper into the dark. Finally the Pause. The Stillpoint. The S P A C E between the breaths…, the Seasons, the daytime . . . → Read More: Solstice Stillpoints
I’ve lost my Voice. Literally and Metaphorically. The irony is I spent years trying to find, develop and ultimately share it.
This journey of finding value in my voice, started in university. I learned how to deconstruct the world around me in very concrete, creative, and effective ways. I was rewarded for using my . . . → Read More: What’s in a Sound
Wow. Nine years since I left Plateau-Montreal and moved to the “boonies”. Nine years since I left my little bohemian neighbourhood, filled with artisans and musicians, a multitude of languages – French, Portuguese, Greek, Chinese, and English. Our neighbourhood was full of Students and Professors from local universities and colleges, McGill, Concordia, Universite de . . . → Read More: Daring to live large on a small planet
Meditation is one of my most favorite things to do and to share in the world. I love taking the time to plug into the magic of the moment.
This past Sunday I was privileged to be asked to teach a private meditation session. So often people are taught that . . . → Read More: Meditation – Plug into the Magic!
What’s your orientation? And I’m not talking about sexual orientation. I am thinking about how we orient our day. Do you orient your day from the inside out, or, from the outside in? In other words do you orient your day from the question: “What do I have to offer this person . . . → Read More: What’s Your Orientation?
I played hostess this week to more than one hundred people at a community picnic. To say this was a capital-“C” – “community” effort would be a giant under-statement! Volunteers were coordinated to do myriad tasks. They helped solicit donations from musicians, businesses, farmers, churches and community members. Volunteers donated their time . . . → Read More: Community
I love Buffy Sainte-Marie’s song “It’s OK, we’re just in kindergarten”. Her vibrato soothes my heart-open when I need help to get “un-angry” and release judgment. I find my anger sparked when I hear the words: “you created your own reality” voiced with a closed heart and a know-it-all attitude, guised as . . . → Read More: It’s O.K.