Wise Woman Essence

And Quietness comes…

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     These are the days—good days with good moments to honor. However, I’ve found that if I am not deliberate, conscious and focused, I can lose the day quickly. I can also lose myself quickly and end up wandering in my mind or in a continuous circle of going nowhere with a to do list that I am not fond of.      So recently, I decided I really want to make the most of these spring and summer days, cherish the moments with my formula, H30, health—happiness—harmony, in…read more


a ‘wonder’ moment

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Wow…the day after our family Easter event —so much fun and love and laughter and sharing and eating good food and playing with grand babies and grand puppies…and this time an Easter egg hunt, the first for the youngest almost two…She was trying to figure out what all the excitement was about, why the eggs, why they were hiding, and why should she want to find them.  Then she ‘got it’!  So precious…that ‘wonder’ moment! Have you ever held an event where there was so much high energy and excitement…read more


Reflections I

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I was looking through my iphone photos recently and came across this lovely photo.  Here is the story behind the photo.  We as Wise Women have our stories that are important for reflection: As a Wise WomanSoul, I am quite often alert to coincidences and synchronicities in my life now.  They remind me of the magical grand picture of life & living; and that there is much more to our moments & our days than meets the physical eye. I had been out running errands.  Autumn had set in here…read more


Broken Open

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Sometimes there are years where the growing pains may be almost unbearable. This past year has been one for me. A few months ago I “accidentally” dropped my lovely rose quartz heart. It broke into the three pieces you see here. At first I was so devastated for I felt it represented my broken heart. I retreated to my sacred space that comforts me when I need a moment out of time…          I sat…I listened…I heard… A whisper came, “Precious child, your heart has been broken…read more