Tag Archives: Women’s Spirituality

Day Five: An End and A New Beginning

Day Five marks the end of this shared exploration of Thich Nhat Hahn‘s poem with Coach Helene Van Manen. It’s also a bright and lovely first day of autumn in the San Francisco Bay Area, following a much-needed cleansing rain … Continue reading

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Sonnet for Love

If thou must love me, let it be for naught Except for love’s sake only. Do not say, ‘I love her for her smile — her look — her way Of speaking gently, — for a trick of thought That … Continue reading

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Empowered Awakening: Lover Unfurled

Women are the most beautiful embodiment of empowered awakening. We breathe life into the world with the heave of our body, sing the sacred into song with our soul, and heal the deepest of wounds with our boundless heart. Our … Continue reading

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Hope for Our World

I begin this new day with an awareness of the differences between Scarcity Woman and Prospering Woman and the ways these two inner aspects operate, affect my perspective, and drive what manifests in my life. The inner Goddess of Power … Continue reading

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Clay Artivism

Summer swings by so fast with its delightful bounty of seasonal activities. We’re winging through the last days of this year’s High Energy Season, abundant with its fruits of creativity; and I feel blessed to be alive in this time! … Continue reading

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Born To Sit Under Trees

              I was born to sit under trees, in a time when trees Are turned under, tilled into the ground to mulch land Upon which will be planted gas stations and strip malls The … Continue reading

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Forever-Wild Bookends

“The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe to match your nature with Nature.” ― Joseph Campbell Continuing with the intentions shared in my last post, I took another concrete action step this … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice in the Stanislaus

I am co-creating with the Universe my most fabulous summer ever! I made a list of 25 activities and elements that I envision happening and/or developing over the course of the summer, write in my journal daily about the process … Continue reading

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Be, Don’t Seek

Another brand new year! 2012 is the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese zodiac and promises to be highly creative, exciting and memorable. Happy New Year! I wound down 2011 with a blessed personal retreat. As I traverse this … Continue reading

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Refuge Prayer

As I sort through papers this morning, I run across the beautiful Refuge Prayer that was given to me long ago. This is a joyous reminder of one of my first Buddhist teachers –Thich Nhat Hanh ( pronunciation: Tik · … Continue reading

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