“I didn’t see this coming, in fact I wasn’t even sure I had it in me. Never before, best as I recall, have my own words, my unique thoughts, my inherent wisdom poured forth so bountifully. It started innocently enough with a ‘YES’ to participate in a training for Poetry as a Tool for Wellness.”
Learn about being and becoming an elder with Firehawk, a new member of the Wildly Free Elder Community; and explore new holiday offerings!
Attending to life is a sacred act of love….What would it be like to simply let go of those expectations, a diagnosis, labels or identities – and discover who we are as extraordinary, empowered and creative beings in our fullest expressions in any given ordinary moment?
“There is within each heart a hidden voice that calls out for freedom and creativity. We often linger for years in spaces that are too small and shabby for the grandeur of our spirit.” John O’Donohue, To Bless The Space Between Us
“Engagement with the wild” inside, and outside, seems to be something we have forgotten how to be and do. As elders becoming it is an integral part of the initiation. ”
We invite you to listen to Wildly Free Elder, Gaye Abbott, as she interviews Andy Kidd and talks about Life Lessence individualized personal and group legacy books; mentor Jim Ede in Scotland and the lessons he taught a 21-one-year old young man; and what does it mean to live well.
WELCOME to our newest Wildly Free Elder Spotlight, Ramona Oliver Please go to her page and see how Ramona is contributing to the Wildly Free Elder community and positive aging everywhere….and check out her book, Inclined Elders. too!
Breakfast with Jim Guest Blog Post by Andy Kidd Hanging on a string by Jim’s door, a wide flat cork with instructions to ‘Pull gently’ rang an old iron bell. I paused outside to look at the stones laid in gatherings which covered… Continue Reading “Breakfast With Jim”