There are giving opportunities all around but my favorites are those that turn MY clutter into opportunity for someone else!! Learn how to turn your shoe clutter into savings on services with Randi at Redwing Healing Arts.
A dear friend of mine recently requested a healing session - Reiki, Theta, Shamanic practices or whatever was needed to help her through an uncomfortable situation. As I do with most appointments of this nature, I meditated to discover methods that may be used, topics I may need to read up on, and to identify … Continue reading Healing Spaces
We had another wonderful sacred circle meeting this past weekend. I really love the smaller groups as they allow for some deeper conversations to emerge. A client yesterday was asking about the talking circles – I told her several times how beautiful & empowering it is to see women, who do not know each other, … Continue reading Learning thru listening
We been pickin cotton for ya - Under master's hand. We been pickin cotton for ya - master says we can. We been pickin cotton for ya - Throats dry with bleeding lips. We been pickin cotton for ya - We hopin for a sip. We been pickin cotton for ya - No water for … Continue reading We been pickin cotton…
As we wipe our eyes of sleep, regain our hunger for life and emerge from our winter siesta with clarity, vigor & excitement, we may take some time to pause & reflect on what we want to accomplish in this new season & make plans to prepare ourselves.
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I am frequently asked how I got started in my spiritually-based business. How did I know it was the right path for me? The answer is always the same - it all started with Reiki.
The wind swooped down to the ground where I stood. Face to face, it playfully cajoled and invited me to ride on its tailwinds. Without hesitation, I grabbed hold of a new adventure. What did it have to teach me?
I've always seemed to struggle with conflict & knowing when to walk away or stick around - and the feelings that come with either choice. I don't recall a time that I've ever been able to walk away in peace, love..contentment? Likewise, I don't recall a time when I've been able to stick around without resentment.
As much as you expect the passing of a person you've seen decline, it's a bit of a shock. You get knocked off center a bit.