Sea air Billows bright dresses Cools sunned skin Beckons exploration of Watery depths Before And within
There is nothing like going to the sea that brings me back to my wild nature. I try to hold onto it as best as I can. I am also reading Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, PhD, a Jungian psychoanalyst. It is absolutely beautiful, food for the soul, with its [...]
My new year started off pretty grand with dancing and fun, but then when I woke up I learned that I had to say goodbye to one of my best friends that happens to have fur. I've been through this before, 4 times to be exact, but it never gets easier. I sort of knew [...]
Having moved around so much ... I lost touch with a lot of people and was out of the loop evidently. A guy I used to be very close with in middle school/high school died in a car crash in May and I just found out late last night. We lost touch, but followed each [...]
Never feel separate from the wild It made you The sea preceded you shapes the planet and you are wild too.
The universe is not blind to your suffering, but it does want you to notice its ebb and flow. Your suffering is not constant and neither is the tide. It will wash over you, but it won't stay forever.
You may feel as though no one sees the depth of your pain or bears witness to your struggles and efforts. The universe nature can hold that pain for you in its entirety. It misses nothing in its constant presence. And when you come to the sea, come as you are. You will be seen [...]
This book had been on my shelf for a while, untouched. It's not that I was scared of it, I just never got around to it. I would consider myself a spiritual, not religious person, and Christian. That being said, I do not believe that being a Christian is the only way to live on [...]
I was sorely underwhelmed by this book, no pun intended. Yak yak yak... well, ok, intended. Maybe my disappointment stems from my expectations for the book, I anticipated it to be not solely about entrepreneurship, but also about building a vision for your life and some spiritual tidbits. I am not ready to open my [...]
5/5 Stars. Though I found the book to be a bit cliche and corny at certain points, I will say that a book hasn't moved me like this one has in a long time. It actually made me feel something aside from just interest in seeing what happens next. The work tackles some very deep [...]