A Song of Gratitude
Communion with Nature has always been a sanctuary for our family, and particularly through this season in quarantine.
In a moment of deep gratitude this song flowed through me the other day. I recorded an edited version (yes, it’s a long and lovely 12 minutes but this is the short version) and combined it with recent photos I took of beautiful Nature and family.
As we all have, I have been on a journey with all that’s going on in the world. Journeying with continuing my life’s path of service and work and perpetual learning. Growing through changes and new shifts in consciousness.
The purpose of the work we do is to help allow the natural process of resolution and integration of experience to continually flow into wholeness and pathways of sustainable joyful liberation.
Feed the Wild Wolf and Eat the Shadow
“The womb is not a place to store fear and pain. The womb is to create and give birth to life.”
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