Your Unique Challenge
Are you a mystic? If staying connected to the mystery of love and grace is your lifework, it’s a tricky vocation. You may struggle with visions, overwhelm from rampant injustice, or underwhelming day jobs. You may struggle to be seen or to know how to practice when Higher Intelligence dances through your art, songs, voice, intuition, dreams, and mystical moments.
What if hidden is just another word for “too big to be seen?” If Great Love is un-pin-downable maybe those of us who dance with it are, too.
It’s not easy to find community spaces that embrace one’s spiritual hunger to honor all beings, dance, play, pray, think, serve, enjoy humor, speak the truth, and be down to earth. The challenge is that without community, hiddenness feels like isolation. Sometimes you embrace it. Sometimes you rebel. Sometimes it’s worse. You can feel incompetent and undesirable. You want to be faithful, but how? The majority of people give up, flounder, and
I know. I’ve been on this journey. Fortunately, I’ve had great mentors, friends, and spiritual teachers including a voice that came out of the blue one day and said, “These are your three directives: Clarity of vision. Efficiency of energy. Courage to love. Thanks to the “Voice” and the support of InterPlay, I now heed body wisdom as inherent to spiritual intelligence and ensoulment. I’ve gained a rich body of knowledge that allows me to play, be resilient and show up for the time we are in. I love to share it and companion other mystics and spiritual leaders.
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Learn the art of ensoulment: Clarify your purpose, gifts, and path!
Next week! Last chance to sign up for this 2020 year-long course Initiations in the Art of Ensoulment with the Self-Care Playbook for Sensitive Leaders and Mystics. Dedicate the year to body, soul, and wisdom needed to thrive and lead in these days. Choose one of two online monthly workshop… Read more
Our ancestors were not naive. They were incredibly attuned to the cosmos, radically dependant on nature, and wildly perceptive. They relied on the gestalt of the collective’s cumulative senses to discern patterns and discover Earth’s wisdom for them over time. Their masterful spiritual intelligence was practical and mystical leading them… Read more
Join an upcoming 90-minute training that reframes our struggles as wisdom initiations, and credentials our lives as wise, slightly weird, glorious and necessary. Times: Friday, Nov 22, 1030-12 pm pst or Thursday, December 5th, 3-430pm pst Can’t make it? Sessions are recorded and come with a pdf. Individual follow-up… Read more
Friday Nov 22, 1030-12pm pst or Thursday, December 5th, 3-430pm pst Are you a Gifted and Sensitive Body? Know someone who is? We often feel like misfits, have abilities that some call weird, get “diagnosed” for being both too big and too small, and struggle with balancing energy. … Read more
In the coming days, how will you, as a mystic and sensitive leader, dance in body, mind, heart and soul? How will you stay true to the ethic of love, play, and your sacred relationship with life without succumbing to fear, despair, or rage? I invite you to spend the… Read more
I am pleased to announce that Soyinka Rahim and I will offer a workshop at the 30th-anniversary conference of Spiritual Directors International next April 21-24 in Santa Fe, with the additional possibility of a quiet Hidden Monastery Retreat beforehand. The Spiritual Directors International Conference days are full of offerings from… Read more
In one of the Ensoulment Initiation monthly sessions, I focus on ensouling the diversity of Thrust, Hang, Swing, and Shape by teaching where each movement pattern centers in our body. As we attune to body AND soul we don’t let go of our body wisdom. We seek to embrace… Read more
I am so pleased I found Ursula LeGuin’s rendition of the Tao te Ching: A Book About the Way and the Power of the Way published in 1997. The very first poem, “Taoing” gives us sage advice The way you can go isn’t the real way. The name you can… Read more