Welcome To 2021! Welcome to a new year and new possibilities. Birds have so much freedom. When I see birds I see an openness to possibility. We sure need new possibilities after the difficult challenges of 2020. This poem by Mary Oliver captures that spirit. I hope it helps you get off to a good…

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The holidays are our celebration of the solstice, a time of year where the past year ends and a new year begins, a time when we experience the darkest day of the year and a shift to ever growing light. It is also a time of reviewing our year so like sculptors we can reshape…

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Before the New Year claims your time and energy, take time for the beautiful questions, the questions you may fear, the questions that may seem too bold. These are the questions of wonder possibility and hope. These are the questions that your imagination longs for and your soul is ready for. SOMETIMES Sometimesif you move…

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In this time between the solstice and the New Year, we naturally think about what is coming next. Weighed down in so many ways, what are our next steps? How do we lift ourselves up? How do we create hope? How do we enter the dance of the ever-changing world around us? This poem speaks…

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Mistakes are a no-no, even a taboo. That is unfortunate because they are very important and necessary. Without errors, you cannot be in touch with and claim your own power. Embracing failure is important if you want to come into your own as an HSP. The Hidden Benefit Of Mistakes According to Robert Fritz, author…

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Most people think the creative process is just about coming up with ideas. Our culture separates ideas from making things, but treats even the process of generating ideas as something to be manufactured. As a result, our relationship to our creativity is affected by our cultural model. Manufacturing is not a natural HSP energy and…

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One day, some years back, someone very close to me said in words close to these: You are not very intuitive. I wasn’t ? That came as a complete surprise to me. Is that what she thought? That was completely opposite to how I thought of myself. I thought I was, in fact, very intuitive.…

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Sacrifice took root in human society centuries ago in our earliest days. Self sacrifice did as well. Our early ancestors used sacrifice to make offerings to the gods as a form of protection against forces that were unpredictable, that they did not understand and that they could not control. Consider it an early form of…

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Freedom is an important subject. It is something that we all yearn for and seek in someway. Freedom is also the subject of idealogical and political mischievousness. We can easily get bogged down and messed up on this subject. What Is Freedom? According to Dictionary, freedom is: the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint. exemption from external control, interference, regulation, etc. the power to determine action without restraint. political or national independence. personal liberty, as opposed to bondage or slavery: a slave who bought his freedom. Notice how often freedom is…

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Outsiders have been shunned by many societies for a long time. They have a special value for their cultures that is often unrecognized and overlooked. Outsiders are the guardians of authenticity. Outsiders And Authenticity Outsiders live on the edge in a way which provides them with a particular vantage point on life. They tend to…

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