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Wildflower

  Pressed flowers fade in dusty books unopened away from light, no room to breath Stay like a wildflower, unpicked let the wind and the rain come to you and dance in the field let the sun warm you and feel everything rooted in the soil of your own belonging – Lotus Indigo Shakti Kruse


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There has been much polarisation going on amongst women. This gig called The Feminist Movement has many haters, dissers, critics, slammers, judges amongst women and not even far lefties or conservatives but liberal women, empowered women, self expressed women. I am still sitting in the depth of the dismissing of women exploring and being freely…

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I just got off a call with a very influential woman in the world of women’s healing. She and I both agreed that the Napoleon Hill way of doing things, in all it’s linear, male brain ways, is not the most successful nor nourishing path for women. But Napoleon Hill is the father of much…

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Be called underground. be re-root. Incubated in stillness. Listen to your woven thoughts untangling to pause. The fire may be dim and small in distilled wait, nourished by mother energy rising from deep inside and through mother earth surrounding you. Let the compelling din of others best intentions to dissolve away as you retreat from…

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  I think of myself as a minimalist. What is that you ask?  Well I will tell you a little of this life re-defining expression in my life. The elevator pitch on Minimalism written by Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus of The Minimalists. ” Minimalism is a lifestyle that helps people question what things add…

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