Tag: beauty of aging

DAY 14: Awaken

“A miracle happened: another day of life.” Paulo Coelho

DAY 12: Light and Shadows

“The shadows dance with the lessening of light each day coming nearer to the Solstice. Acceptance of this darker partner who holds stories of birth and death, aging and wisdom, beginnings and endings. love and loss – always shifting and changing. Will we notice these moments bathing in their depths, becoming a willing partner in a dance with both light and shadow….”

DAY 7: Life Is Full of Treasure

“Curiosity, play, willingness to show up as authentically yourself in the moment, living in love and gratitude, creative artistry simply for the pleasure of it, seeing the abundance of beauty and treasure in your everyday life….that is what Julie Khyl speaks to in the short Green Renaissance video below. ”

The Twisted Tree

Have you ever reflected on the many twists and turns your life has taken as an embodied human being? Even in one of my all time favorite movies, The Wizard of Oz, the infamous yellow brick road twists and turns and along the way Dorothy meets each new character that will help her to return “home”……

Chasing The Sublime

“Follow the originators of The Outdoor Swimming Society, ‘swim twins’ Kate Rew and Kari Furre, in this hauntingly beautiful glimpse at the physicality of UK cold water swimming, as two elder friends set out to chase the sublime.”

Wild Elder Elf Magic!

“Have you been in a situation where you listened to your intuition and internal guidance over a commitment you had made? It takes a certain measurement of surrender to do so and a huge heaping of trust and transparency……”

A Poem On Behalf of The Beauty Of Aging

Poem on the beauty of aging by Jeannette Encinias.

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”