Taking Our True Seat

 For a long time I’ve held the phrase “Taking our True Seat” as a celebration of realized sovereignty and inherent inner majesty; a joyous self-claiming. To sit firmly, kindly and elegantly within oneself, allowing all subtle striving and habitual movement outwards to...
Righteous Self-Love is Worth Aging For!

Righteous Self-Love is Worth Aging For!

A dear Sister asked me recently where I currently, personally stand as a single woman in my forties on the topic of welcoming relational union into my life. I thought it could be fun and useful to share my thoughts  here. I absolutely love conscious partnership and...
“Nobody is Watching”— Beyond the Seduction of Significance

“Nobody is Watching”— Beyond the Seduction of Significance

One morning last summer, in my first moments upon waking, I heard three potent words reverberating in my awareness: “Nobody is watching.” These words struck a chord of deep resonance in my heart. I gasped. I felt such divine relief. Oh my goodness—nobody is watching!...

Post-Millenials on The Way to School

This morning as we drove the short distance to my son Ezra’s school, my daughter Arayla (14) asked, “Is it true about the rumors, Mom? The ones that say we could have World War III in 2020?” Her stark words reverberated painfully inside our car. I was quiet, noticing...