just be it It’s about the work involved in establishing a dedicated practice to feelings of a bigger belonging through practices aimed at increasing feelings of compassion, gratitude and forgiveness
December, 2020


Saturday, December 5th, 2020
Souls ain’t born, souls don’t die. Not made from earth, water, fire or sky.

This time of year always has me focusing more on light and transitional states of water. Marie Gautier has a lyric that has captured me as I meet the later portion of my time in this body. The seasons and various states of water show me the pain of impermanence and the relief of continuation/interconnection. In the midst of a pandemic, it’s all to easy to turn dark, growing fear. Here, movement into the light is my Bigger Hope, breaking the illusion of our beginning or ending, of our aloneness. Grace given to “just be”.