“And a softness came from the starlight and filled me full to the bone.”
~ W.B. Yeats via @so_you_know
A large part of my work is teaching others how to see space, place, landscape, and life with their hearts. As a lover of Pachamama, I am devoted to revealing a more feminine way of dwelling, and therefore, appreciate Chief Spence’s precious letter dispelling ignorance and compelling us to care for the rights of indigenous people and the natural environment. Why do I care so much?
We rush and escape the gift of the moment. What is the rush? What are we running away from? What are we rushing towards? Faster has been mistakenly translated into better. We eat faster. We builder faster. We fall in and out of love faster. And we destroy faster. Our awareness diminishes at fast speed. We rush and become numb.
The flowing dance of Tillandsia pseudobaileyi Air Plant “In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” Albert Camus Ah, Miami, a place of invisible summer, all year long. Hot, humid, wild, tropical. I realize that in missing other places, I haven’t paid that much attention to this…
I love the sinuous, kinetic, serpentine, swirling, spiraling movements of these beings expressing fluidity. The last one is a woman, a Goddess-like artist able to beautifully embody and transmit this sacred quality, this feminine flow vibrating between the auditory, visual, and tactile dimensions as She unfurls through space. The work I do is extremely…
As guests of this wise Earth, I pray that we wake up to her beauty and love. The world trembles for our presence. And while there are people already planning the new year, I am opening up in sweet surrender. What to do when you get an amazing gift? Surrender. Open to it. What to do when you get a difficult teaching? Breathe through it, surrender and be kind to yourself and others. I am learning this a little more every day.