wideawake women

Posts in the ‘wideawake women’ category to date:

 

2019/09/29 – poem of the one world – Mary Oliver

2019/08/03 – the recognition of our own heart – Joan Ruvinsky

2017/06/25 – fully inhabiting one’s luminous body – Judith Blackstone

2017/02/02 – no one gets this – Kalyani Lawry

2017/01/29 – memento mori – Joan Tollifson

2016/11/29 – thinking like a mountain – Joan Halifax Roshi

2016/10/08 – the body is the breath of the universe – Ellen Emmet

2016/08/15 – don’t be fooled. stand your ground – Pema Deane

2016/06/26 – you are a holy compost pile – Chameli Ardagh

2016/05/10 – are you on fire? – Dorothy Hunt

2016/03/26 – here is where the vista opens – Joan Ruvinsky

2016/03/22 – continuous awakening – Dorothy Hunt

2016/02/18 – the cosmic chirp – Joan Ruvinsky

2015/12/03 – the glory and the terror of it – Irina Tweedie

2014/12/17 – embracing otherness, embracing myself – Thandie Newton

2014/12/06 – cracking open – Amrita Skye Blaine

2014/08/02 – when God comes in your house – Dorothy Hunt

2014/08/28 – the realisation of radiance – Chameli Ardagh

2014/01/13 – kitchen sink epiphany – Jan Frazier

2013/08/05 – I watch me appear; I watch me disappear – Gangaji

2013/03/21 – are you so sure you are not awake? – Enza Vita

2013/03/14 – what once felt like grief – Rashani Réa

2013/02/23 – an innocent, dry-eyed, whole-hearted presence – Miriam Simons (my mother)

2013/01/17 – infinite space and light – Clara Llum

2012/10/08 – grounded by love – Pema Deane

2012/08/01 – the transcendent silence of ‘I’ – Dhanya

2012/03/28 – meetings with remarkable women – various

2012/02/04 – a mind full of light – Vicki Woodyard

2011/11/07 – sinking back into just this – Joan Ruvinsky

2011/10/30 – and here you are, shining: so dopily simple! – Jeannie Zandi

2011/09/14 – I want to die comforting someone – Jeannie Zandi

2011/09/07 – the unbroken – Rashani Réa

2011/07/27 – mind can fake it up to a point – Jac O’Keeffe

2011/07/10 – my wholeness cannot be broken – Vicki Woodyard

2011/06/03 – who moves you? – Chameli Ardagh

2011/03/28 – matter-of-fact awareness – Susan Stinson

2011/03/14 – the living light of the mystic is eternal and whole – Hildegard von Bingen

2011/02/06 – I awaken everything to life – Hildegard von Bingen

2010/12/28 – imagine a life without suffering – Jan Frazier

2010/12/18 – falling into death, there is only life – Unmani

2010/11/13 – fall out of your head – Solané Verraine

2010/10/29 – like the blue sky on a summer day – Ellen Emmet

2010/10/21 – “I am taken. I have given myself to love” – Gangaji

2010/09/28 – I am your creation, you are my love – Ellen Davis

2010/09/23 – silence is the essence of us all – Vicki Woodyard

2010/09/16 – spinning golden light… – Maren Springsteen

2010/08/25 – slow down folks! – Vicki Woodyard

2010/06/20 – let’s not make this difficult! – Mary-Margaret Moore

2010/06/04 – a mind of light – Ellen Davis

2009/12/26 – the feminine face of awakening – various

2009/12/08 – avatars of the sage sex – various

2009/11/25 – song of the gilded dawn – Carol Travis

2009/11/08 – everything is it, everything! – Joan Tollifson

2009/11/01 – life living life – Unmani

2009/10/26 – the ‘me’ that I have always loved – Durga

2009/08/24 – I loved what I could love – Saint Teresa of Ávila

2009/07/29 – always I shine – Durga

2009/06/30 – waiting for your Breath to play me – Jeannie Zandi

2009/06/26 – you can only imagine what you already know – Teresa Dunyati-Long

2009/05/20 – the clear light of seeing – Annette Nibley
 

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