“We live in unprecedented times of turmoil and possibility, wherein it has become clear that if we truly want healing in our world, we must each do our part to bring this healing to life. The question is, given all that is here—all the uncertainty and horror and heartache—can we still find a way to walk in beauty, to see through grateful eyes, speak with courage, extend forgiveness, and make generous medicine of our temporary lives?” ~ Jesua Wight
“Jesua’s presence is a testimonial in itself. In dedicating her life to love, to truth, to awakening, she is the walking, breathing, giving extension of that commitment.
When she shines her light on you, you know you have been seen in the truth of your being. This alone is profoundly powerful for anyone who is ready for that ultimate kind of healing.”
~ Toni~ intuitive, teacher & poet, Fort Bragg, CA
Jesua emanates pure and unconditional love, holding sacred space for deep healing and transformation to occur. She speaks and lives her truth, guiding and encouraging me to do the same. Her inquires have allowed me to see and discover my own truth, to listen and hear the guidance of my own true voice, as she holds the container with love and compassion for my unfoldment. It’s an honor and a blessing to be in her vast and loving presence.
~Tamara, hospice nurse, Mill Valley, CA
Jesua is a truly extraordinary woman— a bright shining star, leading the way Home. She writes as she lives: with clarity, intelligence and humor…
~ Gangaji, international spiritual teacher & author
It's difficult to know what to say in these times, but I'll give it a try. While this horrifying drama is playing out on the world stage, I’m finding it useful to notice how this translates in my own privileged life. For it to get this crazy on the outer stage of our...read more
My little boy only wants Sanskrit mantras sung to him as he falls asleep. “Please Mama, sing me the Sanskrit ones?” he says, as he scoots back his 7 year old body into my spooning embrace, finding his trustworthy bridge into dream.
My little budding woman-child wants to talk and talk and talk, […]read more
Death is always with us; an inescapable promise that goes hand-in-hand with life. And yet there are times when the undeniable presence of death comes in closer than usual, making its reality acutely known and felt.
Whether it’s a death from heart-wrenching suicide, or after a long-battled physical illness, or due to a tragic accident, or as a sudden, unexpected surprise—there is nothing like Death Medicine to bring us intimately close to the mysterious, precarious edge of our aliveness.
“Our gratitude need not replace our grief. The two can come together like two palms in a prayer.”
“If we learn how to consciously meet our suffering, then even our suffering is the precise medicine needed to bring us deeper home to life and to love. ”
“As we learn to open wider to the depth of grief that is here for us—personally, collectively, and globally—we can allow the honest inclusion of our brokenness to bring us home to what’s unbreakable. ”
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