"We’re being nudged (or shoved) to learn that our well-being is not dependent on anything outside of ourselves nor on knowing what’s going to happen in the end — which is good, since that would mean we would never, ever get off the couch.
Instead, we’re being shown that our well-being resides in increasing our trust in ourselves, our resiliency and our ability to return to our centers, over and over again."
Now weren't we just discussing this very thing in the last post? It must be a zeitgeist kind of a thing.
One year ago, my retreatants and I said farewell to Aldermarsh, the beloved retreat center on Whidbey Island, Washington, where we have been gathering twice a year for the past six years. Energetically, it didn’t feel like a final goodbye, but we had been told it was. And so we grieved, held ceremony, and wrote
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