Kintsugi is the 500 year old Japanese practice of recognizing beauty in broken things. Another name for it is the golden joinery. You may have heard of this before: broken things, like bowls, are mended back together and the cracks are painted with gold. While the general Western view of broken objects is that they […]
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The Inner Fires of Unbreakable Will I just had breakfast with a dear friend and we shared a deep and meaningful conversation about life, death and, like almost every conversation we have these days, the political milieu in which we are living We laughed about Saturday Night Live skits and teared up at…read more
Art as an Antidote for Hope and Healing How are your hearts doing out there dear ones? Like many of you, I’ve been walking around with a broken heart since the presidential election. There have been a few times over these last weeks when I’ve buried my head in my pillow and cried out loud […]
My 9th vision quest and all was peaceful and serene, until… read more here
I recently had an unforgettable experience on the Nez Perce Homeland in eastern Oregon. Have you ever stood in the middle of a meadow and felt the presence of angels, allies or ancestors? read more here…
“What a wonderful day you gave us! Thanks for being such a positive art-guide for me. My life map was the profoundly perfect way to honor my sacred time on the Earth. I’ll cherish it, inside and out.” Jill ~ In a cozy alcove crowded around a little wood stove in the corner of a […]
One June 1, 2015 I will retire from 33 years in my Human Resources career. Having said that, the word retirement doesn’t seem to fit what I actually plan to do with my life. I’ve come up with my own words for how I want to approach this big life transition. Rather than the word […]
During a recent trip to Mexico I was very inspired by the beautiful natural patterns of the beach and tropical forest. I’m drawn toward repeated patterns in art and nature. Perhaps it’s the comfort and reliability of something beautiful occurring over and over again. There is a slower rhythmic pace in Mexico. It’s warm and […]