Category: Elder

Moving From Who We Have Been To Who We Have Become

“It was the elders who recognized the responsibility to share the fruits of their lives and experiences with the younger generations. It was in elderhood, as physical abilities weakened and day-to-day responsibilities lessened, that people could more strongly focus on their inner lives and on allowing Spirit to shine through, so that their biggest impact came more through the wholeness of their being than through the amount of their doing.”

Becoming An Elder

Leaving behind my journey of struggling and racing through the white water of many rivers, I become the river, creating my own unique way. Leaving behind my self-imposed role as a tree upon which others have leaned, I now become the wind, with the… Continue Reading “Becoming An Elder”

Wild Elder Poetry!

“A recent addition of a Wild Elder Poetry page is devoted to the writing that emerges from our every day, moment to moment experience of embodied life, as well as what is stirred through our connection with each other – the “WE” space. If you would like to contribute a poem, a Guest Blog Post, or join our community by becoming a Spotlight, please let us know. “

Being And Becoming Elders

Learn about being and becoming an elder with Firehawk, a new member of the Wildly Free Elder Community; and explore new holiday offerings!

Bare Bones

“There are no sheltering or hiding places in transparency. It is simply raw and real – exposing the parts of us that we haven’t had the courage up to now to reveal to anyone other than those closest to us. And even then do we really share our deepest concerns…..

Love As Allurement – the Cosmic Creation Story

The Universe Is A Green Dragon…”is a beautiful example of how conversation across the generations takes place. In the book, the youth asks lots of questions, and the elder responds in an evocative way that invites even more questions. The interplay between them is such fun to follow. It feels like there is a twinkle in the elder’s eye.”

Wild Permission

“Were we taught to prepare for life (or death) instead of living it?”

A Few Words On Aging

The natural evolution of an embodied human is to change with each year we are here.  Not just physically, but within the heart of our emotions and in the deepest energetic recesses of our mind, thinking and creative potential.  For some this is a… Continue Reading “A Few Words On Aging”