The Beauty of Presence
Revisiting the Law of Attraction
Honour your Courage
Imperfection: Embracing the Art of Fucking Up

Hold your Line

The energy for the past month and a bit has been chaotic, to say the least. The weather patterns and natural disasters are a kind of physical reflection of our collective chaos. It brings to mind the Nietzsche quote, ‘One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.’ What we are collectively birthing is yet to be seen, but it will be nothing short of spectacular. What I keep hearing is ‘hold to your line.’ It reminds me of driving along a country road at night and it’s pitch black. All you can see is whatever the headlights illuminate before you. Suddenly it starts to hail, heavily. Then you notice animals at the side of the road, Continue reading Hold your Line

Narcissim, Privilege and The Patriarchy

There’s been a LOT going on in the collective lately, and I wanted to see if I could address a few threads today. It felt like they became cohesive as I was lying awake at 3am. ~ N.B. This is a long one ~ I’m first going to start with a little about my own process, so that the way these posts come together might make some more sense. I am an intuitive empath, and pick up energies from the Earth and collective that are most active at different times. Sometimes it feels like a background buzz, with all kinds of things in the periphery of my awareness, and other times, one will come through loud and clear, perhaps riding the wave of a particular Continue reading Narcissim, Privilege and The Patriarchy

More on Courage

More and more keeps coming up around this idea of courage and of normalisation. Courage itself becomes normalised so that we may not be recognising our own courage when we see it. I was thinking about the collective storylines, too, and how they may define our understanding of what is considered courageous (or not). Acts of sacrifice to protect others may be considered brave and valuable, where more hidden acts of courage may not be. A soldier who gives their life in combat is considered brave, but those left behind who grieve for them are not. A person who climbs a mountain or ‘conquers’ a new territory is celebrated as brave, but a person who deals with mental illness every day and wrangles with the Continue reading More on Courage

Honour your Courage

I was out for a walk this week with the dogs and ran into a woman taking some photos. Of course I started talking, because that’s what I do. In the course of the conversation, we were sharing some of our stories, and she said ‘you are so courageous!’ It got me thinking, I don’t always share stuff I’m going through or how I’m living, because it’s become so normal to me. She reminded me that many of the choices I’ve made in the past ten years are incredibly courageous. This is the thing with normalising our own experience – it’s one of those things I often question about what to share and what not to share. It feels so completely normal and natural to Continue reading Honour your Courage

Honour your Process

Here’s a story about how my week went 🙂 There are a lot of changes happening, and lots of expansion. This is for me personally and as a collective. There’s also a big and beautiful Full Moon coming up this weekend, which is usually an extra-sensitive time for sensitive folks. All week I felt a little unsettled. It wasn’t really clear what was going on but there needed to be a shift. I used to resist this stuff, but that got me nowhere, so I let it lead me to what I needed. Wednesday afternoon, I knew I really needed to release something, so I looked through the available films here and it felt like War Horse was the one. As soon as the opening Continue reading Honour your Process