The inaugural Found Feathers: Your Sacred Invitation episode shared the inspiration for the series, based on my story of a found feather, a divine nod that communicated clearly that I had indeed been heard. A pristine and perfect red-tailed hawk feather had found me, in the midst of the wet mud, delivering up a message […]
I love the equinoxes and solstices, the mystical markers of reflection, transition, and closing up one chapter to begin another. This year’s winter solstice takes place on December 21, signaling the passage from autumn’s abundant harvest into the sleepy stillness of winter, and it wasn’t always one of my favorite passages/transitions. An aversion to stillness.
The 14th century lyrical poet Hafiz spoke often of transcendent love and the boundless treasures available therein when we are open to receiving its precious gift. The mystical muse also extolled the riches of giving — of love, light, and hope — from one’s heart. As we transitioned from the long, warm days of summer
Equinoxes and solstices. The harbingers of transition and an invitation to consolidate one season and prepare for the next. Today marks 2023’s autumn equinox, the day that ushers us from the bustling, busy days of summer into the more measured, reflective wane of the fall harvest. An auspicious spring planting. This year, I launched my