Listen to Your Life

“Listen to your life.” So many writers have used this simple phrase as a launch point: I would like to introduce one such author to you. Frederich Buechner, American writer (of 30 books) and theologian begins a year of daily meditations with this reminder.   “Listen to your life All moments are key moments.”   … Continue reading Listen to Your Life

“Together:” A Practice of Resiliency

The long awaited solar eclipse invited people to scatter along the “totality” path, from Oregon to Nebraska to South Carolina and as the morning turned into afternoon photos loaded our Facebook feeds.  Here in Minneapolis, a few of our team gathered for the event, climbing to the top of the parking ramp, wishing the clouds … Continue reading “Together:” A Practice of Resiliency

In the Midst of Hate…

     Friday evening and again on Saturday morning I watched LIVE feed from the cell phones of colleagues in Charlottesville, Virginia.  They had hopped buses, boarded planes and traveled in cars, leaving behind friends, family and safety to stand in love against the message of the ‘Unite the Right’ rally. That morning as I … Continue reading In the Midst of Hate…

Come Home to Yourself Retreat

Nov. 3-5, 2017 Come Home to Yourself is a time to get away and focus on you. We seek to create a safe space with opportunity to explore you, and your life experiences.  There will be plenty of time to relax and reflective activities should you like.  (You can even book a massage!) Wellspring Farms … Continue reading Come Home to Yourself Retreat

Our Energy Impact

In 1996, Harvard Brain Scientist Jill Bolte Taylor experienced a stroke.  As a neuroanatomist, she realized what was happening to her body, and that this was a unique opportunity she was having - to "watch" herself experience a stroke. During the stroke event, and her eventual 6 year recovery, she learned many thing about herself and … Continue reading Our Energy Impact

Behind the Locked Door

  I found myself wandering in a building. While I didn’t see anyone else, I knew there were others with me. The doors appeared locked, as if I was in jail; so I stayed in this place, day after day. No one left, because we believed we couldn’t.   Have you ever had a recurring … Continue reading Behind the Locked Door