4 Friday Favs

Actually, this week I'm going to tell a story. About Australia. About being uncomfortable. About being amazed. What do you think of caves? I’m not a fan of them or confined spaces in general. It’s not that I have a fear of anything in particular but that on an energetic level, something just does not feel right at all to me. My daughter who was living in the hinterland near Byron at a place called the Rainbow Temple, invited me to come visit. Things seem to effortlessly work out and I headed off to OZ for 3+ weeks. On one of our adventures, she decided that I had to see ‘the tunnel’ that was built into the mountain on the property. This was definitely NOT something I wanted to do. We’d alre

4 Friday Favs

"I am sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I Love You" ~ principles of Ho'opono'pono ** Story Night – prepare food, set up chairs, build fire. People arrive, with more food, and their stories of “Jumping Off”. Everyone settles into a chair, a cushion, resting against a couch, facing the fire and the Story-Tellers Chair. Story after story unfolds, tears relieve, laughter fills, hugs are shared. Wonderful remedy for the hunger for connection, authenticity, and inspiration. Next Story Night = evening of May 24 (contact to join in) ** Awaken Creativity! Connecting with your Creative Self This 12 week workshop with Welmoet, will energize and awaken creativity. Each 2 hour workshop will be infuse

4 Friday Favs

“The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure that you seek.” -- Joseph Campbell ** Criticism stings. Often our initial reaction is to be defensive followed by a desire to strike back – We cut off communication with that person or lash out in anger because our feelings are hurt and the criticism knocks us sideways. But as in the story “The Princess and the Pea”, somewhere below the surface, hidden deep inside the critique, there may be a kernel of truth and that little gem (or if you prefer to call it a pea as in the Princess’s story) is what is agitating and rubbing us the wrong way. After a few minutes of denial, reaction and upset with the other person, taking a deep breath & notice wh

4 Friday Favs

It's Friday and here are some of the things that have been on my mind this week. ** "Assume positive intent" ― Neil Blumenthal with Warby Parker ** This story from Lynn Trotta, echoes another story I heard this week from a friend -- the message behind both of these stories really spoke to me and I wonder if something in them will resonate with you. If it does and if you’re comfortable, share what comes up for you after reading this. “Recently, my Great Aunt was moved to a nursing home and I volunteered to help clean out her house so it can be sold. Now, this woman has lived in her house since the 50’s, so I expected there'd be an accumulation of stuff, but what I found hit me in the gut.

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