This year Halloween falls the day after a new moon: the darkest point of the month and the prime time to set intentions to root down into the Earth new intentions for transformation. What a perfect time to bury a golden treasure!
The treasure I chose to bury has a lot to do with one of my pastimes, herbal medicine, although it is more akin to the Hippocrates quote ‘Let food be thy medicine.’ Have you guessed yet? Continue reading “Buried Treasure”
As a part of the process of gathering the local support and energy to hold the space for a retreat center in Colorado, Anastacia, Indira, and I hosted a small gathering on the full moon. We focused on bringing together and inviting the women in the North Fork Valley who might be interested. Continue reading “Full Moon Workshop”
So yesterday I sat with this ball of rage and anger within me. It had been living in my sprained foot, slowing my healing and making itself very known every time that I tried to address my own healing.
But yesterday the ball rose up into my being and screamed for release. I wanted to yell. I wanted to throw things. I felt hot.
There was a lot that I hadn’t been saying or allowing myself to feel in there. I’ve kept going, kept meditating in the hopes that those feelings would release. But what I’ve come to is that since they were felt in the ego state I have to deal with them in the same space. No matter how Zen I become, how perfectly relaxed into my current state of being, I need to feel and acknowledge those emotions and address them to really let them go. Continue reading “Checking in with the Ego”