Intrinsic Worth

Intrinsic Worth

Photo by Carl Studna As I continue to assimilate the profound thoughts in Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life, the idea of a perfectly imperfect life has a certain fascination to me. I will be honest with you and tell you...
Something for Myself

Something for Myself

If you’re following me on social media or reading my blog, you will know by now that I have been enjoying reading Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life. There is so much within this book which sang to me, creating a strong...
I Am Home

I Am Home

Photo by Elisabeth Misner at Texas Safari Ranch I am sitting here in my little red pickup truck looking across a small field at three longhorns with a calf and wondering if I’m looking at them, or are they looking at me? There can be no question that our eyes are...
Stay Slow

Stay Slow

I have been reading and enjoying Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life. I have so many take aways from this book that I plan to start a reading circle to read and discuss it in community.  As my heart opens to receive the...
The Trap of Getting Back to Normal

The Trap of Getting Back to Normal

If you’ve been following my journey through breast cancer healing with alternative protocols (no chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation), you know that my life was turned on its head in February of 2017. My life took on new rhythms and new routines. I came home after a...
Think Peace

Think Peace

I recently started teaching the Chinese meditative, energetic practice of Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) at the Lake Austin Spa Resort. Each morning before I teach my class, I lead a guided meditation to set the daily intention for the guests that carries them through...