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Let Nature Open Your Eyes, Mind and Heart

Years ago, I read Natalie Goldberg’s 1996 book, “Long Quiet Highway: Waking up in America” and it changed my life. Her teacher, Zen master Katagiri Koshi, helped her to understand that she must slow down in order to really see what was right … [Read more]

Weaving Poetry and Dreams

Poetry and Dreams have a lot in common. Their preferred language is metaphor. Whether short or long, they hide as much as they reveal, surprising you just when you think you know the answers. Use one of your own dreams that you would like to … [Read more]

Flying High

I’m flying high – figuratively and literally - 30,000 feet up somewhere between Phoenix and Charlotte, after completing a week in workshop mode.  This has to have been the very best professional meeting I’ve ever attended. You might wonder what … [Read more]

Listening Deeply

“There’s a lot of difference between listening and hearing.”  G.K. Chesterton Yesterday, my husband and I drove five hours to a 4-year-old’s birthday party. Ninga Turtles were everywhere – little boys and girls wearing red headbands, eating pizza … [Read more]