sugar glider

Animal Communication: Our Sacred Connection

My favorite childhood books involved talking animals. That is, they had conversations with each other, not with people, but they had rich social lives and lived in harmony with their surroundings. The Mother Westwind Series by Thornton W. Burgess was a favorite, as was Winnie the Pooh, which […]

Fuchsia water lily

Building Community

Yesterday was my 3-year Blogaversary. I stopped to reflect and remembered in the beginning when I didn’t want to write a blog. I didn’t know what I would say, but it was suggested to me so many times that I decided to give it a try. I’m finally […]

dog, worried, anxious

That Pesky To-Do List

I don’t spend much time loafing. I work hard 9-5, I work hard in my personal business, and I’m always trying to learn new things. In the end, I’m usually working, cooking, meditating, reading something instructive, or doing something constructive. Normally, this isn’t a problem, but a few […]

Sera Beak, Red Hot & Holy, bookcover

Red Hot & Holy

This book was an unusual read for me, focusing on the divine feminine. I struggle with this aspect of myself, as a vocal part of my head tells me that it is the masculine energy (think traditional job) that pays the rent, gets “ahead” in the world, and […]

Rocky Mountains, gold aspens, Colorado

What I Fear Most

To avoid feeling their pain, I’ve developed defense mechanisms. I can be very withdrawn and aloof as a way to avoid other people’s drama. I am great at problem-solving, so if people tell me their troubles, I have constructive suggestions. If people don’t know what to do, I’ve […]

Orange flower, bee

Shifting Truth

Are you looking for the truth? Is there only one truth in a given situation? I once thought that truth was pure and immutable. The older I get, the less I see truth as stagnant. It’s different for each person. The old saying is that when I was […]

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