Gratitude

Canadian Thanksgiving was yesterday, with a grey and rainy day in Vancouver. The trees started decorating themselves with multitude of colours, and leaves are beginning their descent, forming carpets in a variety of patterns on the ground. Fall. The season  of harvesting, of gathering the fruit of our labour, and of being grateful for what […]

Quieter than Water

What is a happy and healthy childhood? Did you have one? Did I? Did anyone? Sure I remember moments of fun, adventures, being carefree, curious, open, playful, and given full permission to engage with the world on my own terms. Unfortunately, there weren’t many of them, whether in actual reality, or in my current memory. […]

I Will Make My Own Lunch

The journeys and the magic of the Right Livelihood Quest have been happening for about 4 years, with deep and transformational impact for the participants of this 4-week adventure. The first 3 weeks – Phase I – are a guided inquiry where the participants begin to engage with the exploration at their own pace and […]

On Being Vulnerable

Today’s Reflection is about that which we often don’t want to talk about. Yes. Being vulnerable. Raise your hand if this is a “hobby” of yours. I wonder how many hands went up. I don’t think mine did. Vulnerability. Sharing that which we are committed to protecting and hiding from the world. The fear of […]

I Want a Savasana

Today’s Reflection is about passion, pace of life, and yoga. In a way. Savasana is a yoga pose, often referred to as the “resting pose,” and is typically done at the end of the session. Lie flat on your back, slowly lift each leg and arm and then let them drop wherever, close your eyes, […]