Posts tagged "healing"
Hope

Hope

As I write this, the Gaelic festival of Imbolc has literally just begun.  It is also just after Groundhog Day and the Christian festival of Candlemas.  I find that these holidays share a common theme:  Hope. The feature image I chose for this post shows Snowdrops, also called Candlemas Bells, and they are said to symbolize...

Gratitude and Perception: A New Twist

Today is Thanksgiving for many of my family and friends.  If that includes you, or did, Happy Thanksgiving! Even if you’re not celebrating this holiday, there’s still much to be thankful for, eh?  🙂  I continue to be blown away by the huge effect our thoughts and attention have:  on our health, well-being, body chemistry,...
"Women's Rights Are Human Rights"

“Women’s Rights Are Human Rights”

Recently I was unexpectedly struck by the heroic courage and commitment of one woman, and the difference she has made speaking out in support of other women, at home and around the world.  The title of this post is something Hillary Clinton said in Beijing in 1995.  Imagine that courage! I invite you to take...
Wild - Benefitting All Beings

Wild – Benefitting All Beings

Heartfelt thanks to my lovely friend and fellow travelling companion to revolutionary Egypt, Corina Bloom, for citing a section of Paul Hawken’s talk (given at the 2012 Bioneer’s Conference. The whole talk is deeply moving.  The material quoted starts about minute 14). Hawking invites us to recognize and accept the wildness in us, in the natural world,...
Turning Toward Love and Light

Turning Toward Love and Light

We are approaching the winter turning, the day where the sun at noon is at its lowest point over the horizon, then begins to gain altitude, slowly but steadily returning us earthlings to the light. And we’re coming to the end of 2012, a year which received wide press as a year of turning, challenges,...