January 30, 2018

There’s an African proverb that says, “we make our paths by walking them.”  I think this extends to paddling.  River Run, shown above was inspired by a canoe trip on the Yukon River.  I learn best by doing – by being immersed, in this case literally immersed, whether i...

November 16, 2016

To be in flow is to be in harmony with the current of life, however it is showing up.  Taking things in stride, trusting a bigger picture – staying connected even when it’s tempting to tune out. Being in flow is rooted in non-resistance and non-attachment.

I have learne...

November 6, 2016

To master the Art of Receiving, one has to become receptive. Makes sense.  The oil painting above, titled “Receptive”, presents a spongy field with green shoots of new life.  The thirsty land is soaking up life-giving water and allowing it to nourish whatever is emergi...

October 17, 2016

Breaking my wrist this summer forced me to step back, reevaluate, and gave me the opportunity to learn more about the art of allowing.  After indulging in some heartfelt but ultimately unhelpful, “Why me?! Why now?!” drama, I gradually surrendered to a state of allowin...

May 2, 2016

Following the energy of discovery, I’ve started making larger and more complex dream catchers. These days I’m calling them intentional Energy Weaves in recognition of their ability to hold and reflect the essence of what is emerging. This may sound a little “out there”...

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