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Archive for February, 2014

It was awesome and most inspiring to share with others how to “Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There: Four Fun and Easy Steps to Create Your Powerful Nature Connection Sit Spot, No Matter Where Your Feet Are”.

It was great being able to share such a portable, adaptable, and fun nature connection tool that has positively supported and served so many people,  whether we’re at home, work, rest or play. During the recorded tele-class, we created, envisioned and allowed a nature power spot to enhance and empower our lives. We used all of our senses, and connected deeply with the healing and transformational powers of water in particular.

If you weren’t on the call, you can most definitely benefit from listening to and revisiting this sit spot recording.

My intention is that this recording not only supports your deeper, more consistent connection with the natural world, and with your own authentic nature, but also that it’ll be an evergreen, go-to gift for yourself, so you may continue practicing and experimenting with what works best for you, and become more comfortable with sitting still and allowing nature to work its magic with you, too!
Creating a consistent sit spot place and space can enhance and empower your life in myriad ways.
If you’d like to purchase, receive and enjoy this 30-minute plus recording for an affordable $13.97, click on the Paypal link below, and your Nature Connection Sit Spot Recording will soon be on its way.

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On Thursday February 20, don’t just do something-sit there!

Having a regular and consistent nature “sit spot” or “power spot” time and place is one of the most transformational and life-changing tools people can use to connect more deeply with the natural world and their own nature.

It’s not only a great stress reliever, but also a portal into discovering and tapping into your own inner wisdom, creativity and authentic self-expression, no matter where your feet are.

Join me for a short, fun, mid-day tele-class where you will learn “Four Easy Steps to Create Your Own Powerful Nature Connection Sit Spot, No Matter Where Your Feet Are”.

Everyone who signs up for the 30- to 40- minute tele-class will receive dial-in information for this exciting offering, and we will broadcast live at 11:00 a.m. MST on Thursday February 20 (that’s 10 a.m. PST, noon CST 1 p.m. EST, and 6 p.m. Greenwich).

Can’t make the call live?

Sign up anyway, as everyone who invests in the call can access the recording afterwards. Listening to and practicing what we do together on the call will help you further solidify and deepen your own nature connection, no matter how busy you are or where your feet might be in any given moment:).

Your Investment is just $13.97 for joining us, and I look forward to sitting with and empowering you on February 20th!

Reserve Your Sit Spot Tele-class Seat Now:

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Raise Your Voice, Re-Wild Your Life

I recently returned from guiding a second group around Yellowstone National Park this winter, and it’s always inspiring to witness the personal transformation and growth everyone returns home with as a result of our collective adventures and shared experiences.We had amazingly mild, calm weather for mid-January, and saw a wide variety of Yellowstone’s winter wildlife, including wolves, elk, bighorn sheep, pronghorn antelope, coyotes, trumpeter swans, a cow moose, a fox, and a pair of golden eagles. We were also blessed with good timing for eruptions of Castle, Grand, and Morning Geysers, and wonderful guest speakers with uncompromising passion, reverence and love for Yellowstone. 

One magical moment in particular stands out, the morning when we traveled via snow coach from Mammoth Hot Springs to Old Faithful. It was a beautiful bluebird day as we traveled along Swan Lake Flats, with the snow-capped Gallatin Mountains shimmering to the west, It was still well below zero as we headed south past Obsidian Cliff, our visibility limited by tight formations of lodgepole pine trees guarding both sides of the road.

As we approached Roaring Mountain, the landscape became enveloped by slow drifting clouds of steam rising from nearby hot springs and fumaroles. Hidden in the ground-hugging clouds was a large group of bison. Encrusted with ice and snow, and ghostlike in their silence and stillness, the herd of juvenile bull bison loomed large in their capacity to inspire awe in a species that nearly wiped them out over a century ago. We watched and photographed them from a respectful distance, cognizant of their winter energy survival needs in an unforgiving yet harshly beautiful environment. 

Nature has unsuspecting and subtle ways of revealing her wisdom, whether you’re in Yellowstone or in a large metropolitan area, ten miles from a paved road or ten feet inside your home. In that bison encounter, we viscerally remembered that nature doesn’t care who we are as individuals or a species, nor does she prefer one species over another. As individuals and as human beings, we have the opportunity to capitalize on our strengths, to dare to express our own unique voice, talents and gifts. By doing so, our individual and collective wisdom  profoundly impacts not only the lives of those whom we share the planet with at this time, but also the lives of those who will surely follow us.

In the late 19th century, the voice and wisdom of Bison bison was nearly drowned out and extinguished, with the last few dozen wild animals finally being protected within Yellowstone’s boundaries. How much poorer we all might be in spirit and wisdom today had we not finally listened, heard, cared or taken action. The same goes for not listening to and expressing our own unique voice, and fearlessly bringing it forward into the arena of life.
 

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