Category Archives: Spiritual Growth

Eagle Wisdom for 2012

Grandmother Eagle has a message for the new year: Reconnect. It’s time to step back into the flow of all that is. With the advent of technologies of all kinds, beginning with the wheel, wo/mankind has been stepping away from … Continue reading

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Turn Back the Clock?

When I was twenty, I was thin, But truly I did not love myself. When I was twenty, my energy was boundless, My boundaries non-existent. When I was twenty, I thought marriage was Just there, Permanent and immutable as granite. … Continue reading

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And so I am here . . . and I know why

This is a true story. In fact, there is truth (albeit my truth) in everything I post on this blog. I have always struggled to define my purpose here. I know my passion is writing, but to what end? Each … Continue reading

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Belly Power: Embracing the Goddess Within

How many women in their bearing years or their just-past-bearing years have put their hands on their own bellies or touched their breasts and thought about the immense power of the woman’s body that they bear?

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Words Are How I Know

Words are the way I know. I wrote that some months ago, and I am only beginning to see how true it is. When I sink into the meditation space, I have access to a humongous toolbox of spiritual processes … Continue reading

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Why Am I Answering My Own Posts?

For those of you that missed the chat (see Love Your Own Work First: Take the Validation Challenge), there  is a great power that comes from giving to ourselves that which we most desire from others. As a play space, … Continue reading

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The Energy of Seeking Validation

What’s really going on when we ask others to validate our work?  When we wait for those comments: “You’re a really great writer,” or, “I love your site! You have such a great style.”   I looked at validation-seeking today … Continue reading

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