Tag Archive: grounding

Dancing in the Still Point

4 seasons

at the still point, there the dance is  ~ T. S. Elliott   These photos were taken over a period of time.  Each photo represents a threshold of change.  There is a natural flow and rhythm to the seasons, a quiet serenity I experience every time I step outside my door.   Photography helps me …

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What is the heart of the matter?

Park Reservoir
Canon Rebel 2Ti

  The knowledge of the past stays with us.  To let go is to release the images and emotions, the grudges and the fears, the clingings and the disappointments of the past that bind our spirits.  ~Jack Kornfield   You are the center from which your life flows in ever changing cycles.   Where is …

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I chose not to


  I chose not to take the camera To the ponderosa pine tree I chose to notice A quest is a quest is a quest     I am Lizards running under rocks Turkey vultures riding air currents Wind Crackling cicadas Sand Sap Birds flying into my pine tree     I am envy I …

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Secrets of the Morning Breeze

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  I’m fortunate and grateful to live in spacious country with lots of sky. This morning I took a walk with my dogs and my camera. I listened to the breeze and heard the whisper of a secret yearning.   Some new ideas are emerging from my heart and soul.  I have a vision of community.  …

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Landscapes of Your Soul Blog Tour – Day Two

Photo by Jason Smalley

  Recently I have stepped back from doing blog tours but I absolutely can’t resist supporting Essence of Wild.  I completely believe in the magic that Jackie Stewart and Jason Smalley create together.  I’m well connected to the heart and soul of nature in my daily life but not everyone else is…yet!  Take a look …

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Touching ground

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Chogyam Trungpa said, “Too often people think that solving the world’s problems is based on conquering the earth, rather than touching the earth, touching ground.” Do you have a daily grounding practice?  If not, I discovered a $10 e-book, The Getting Grounded Manual by Michael Nagel.  It has 50+ exercises, both Western and Eastern.  I …

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