Category Archives: Wild Joy

Heart Opportunity Knocking — At Your Door!

The World is my teacher filtered through eyes memories and emotions attitudes moods and beliefs conscious and unconscious rigidities and flexibilities of body and heart and spirit and vision… and My goddess! How large a being can I allow this … Continue reading

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Alchemy of Transforming Fear to Resource

Habits and patterns of regrets and fears that constrict our being are parasitic to our life force, our wild resiliency, our capacities for deep and wild joy in life. Here’s an exercise description for working with such. It reminds me … Continue reading

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Turning 60—at 2 AM

Woke in the dark thickness of night hearing the call my soul… my heart “Get up! Wake up!” gently but urgently repeats Until I sit now Breathing Listening Cat a-purr in my lap Stars brilliant all around My soul calling … Continue reading

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Synchronicity: Animals Do the Cleverest Things

I love the presence of synchronicity in my life, that simultaneous rising to the surface of seemingly unrelated Life threads; their disparate occurance such that the interweaving of Life seems nevertheless obvious. Such was the case for me this AM … Continue reading

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A Resiliency Matrix, and Bush’s Shadow

I have written here about what I’m calling Dimensions of Resiliency, or Reservoirs of Resilience; the thinking is of resiliency as a field phenomena, and that the fields form an ecological system within which we are embedded. I want to … Continue reading

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Varieties of Resilience — a Loyalty to Passion

What does it take to be loyal to our deepest joy? our greatest passion? In the face of other’s disbelief in us, how do we hold the ‘fire in our belly?’ What does it mean to ‘show up?’ to be … Continue reading

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White Combs and Sweet Honey from my Old Failures

The original title of this post was How I Came to Wild Resiliency. It is now, White Combs and Sweet Honey. You’ll discover the mix as you read on. I’m about to head to the mountains to hang out with … Continue reading

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Domestic Resilience vs. Wild Resilience

What do I mean when I speak of domesticated resilience vs. wild resilience? I began to touch on this in the initial post on the shadow, on how it is we can be our own worst enemy through a “tenacious … Continue reading

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