Category Archives: Intentional life

Teetering

Teetering on the Ledge… We’re all teetering on the ledge of another frontier of greatness, contemplating our leap into the heights and depths and breadth of what life becomes now, and now, and now. On the way to these yet unknown places, we may revisit old spaces, with a fleeting thought or a dip of experience—debt, self-doubt or […]

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Shells

I had a fascinating conversation last weekend with a woman waiting for a double lung transplant. Inspired by David Whyte’s poetry we talked about fully grieving what has gone before, because it’s in fully acknowledging the unhappinesses from the last epochs of our lives that gives our lives energy for true happiness or more happiness […]

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For Yourself

The essence of you is always listening. Not so much to what you’re doing, but that you are doing it and the why you hold at your core, whether you are aware of your authentic why or not. You send a message to yourself, the soul of you, your essence, more by the courage, the […]

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Your Myth

Your Own Myth… Myth is a truth illustrated in story and symbol. Not a fairytale or fiction, but “a symbol that evokes and directs psychological energy,” said Joseph Campbell. For centuries myth was used to pass on or teach a world view, moral choices, or a truth through the symbols of story whether or not […]

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Peaceful Ego

A Soul in Charge… The ego is holy, too, you know, woven into our experience of being human. You wouldn’t be an individual without it. The ego is much like a child within you eager for security, boundaries, direction, knowledge, to know it’s loved and valuable, that it is taken care of and everything is […]

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