ANYTIME we come back to what we feel and sense— letting go, even for a few seconds, of the incessant preoccupations of the mind —we land back home again in a grounded centeredness we may have forgotten.
Connecting to our senses brings us back to a place of connection with a deeper sense of ourselves and everything around us…back to this place of home and steadiness and a visceral knowing that we can trust all that is always here to support us.
Our day-to-day lives have the potential to be filled with far more joy than we allow, regardless of what else is going on. Unfortunately most humans are so out of practice attuning to their senses that they rarely notice what’s also there to en-joy at any moment.
We forget to really take in — to receive — what is true! We are so busy doing and working and putting out that we fail to take in what can soothe and support us through even the scariest days yet to come this winter.
In times like these my wise body can be my ally, if I will just let it.
Without the usual outer-induced structure it’s easy to float along distracted by pings and posts, feeling insubstantial, ungrounded, overwhelmed with an endless stream of stuff to do.
Let your connection with Nature be an organic guide.
When we invite Joy to inhabit our lives, we change from the inside out. And the balance we’ve longed for begins to shift.
Intimacy is hardwired into our human DNA and influenced by our female hormones. This may explain why so many women crave more closeness than we’re
As we approach this Autumn Equinox which is a time of massively shifting energies, we are being propelled to let go, like the trees are doing with their leaves — in order to allow ourselves to be in sync with the changes that are happening all around us.
In this short video, I share a simple ritual which you can incorporate into your life during the days on the run up to and just after the Autumn Equinox in order to create more stability in your life at this transitional point of the year.
Before it was commercialized into vapid meaninglessness, Halloween helped humans play with what scared them in order to embrace a greater truth.