Posts Tagged "Nature"

Clear Next Step

Posted by on Mar 12, 2017 in Live Your True Nature, Nature | 0 comments

Though your path may appear murky at first, the next step will be clear if you stay true to your knowing. 

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Leap! Explore! Thrive!

Posted by on Jan 15, 2016 in Adventure, Live Your True Nature, Nature | 0 comments

It’s likely you’ve made some big changes, perhaps even taken some leaps in the past year or few. If not, is there something itching at you to shed? Or perhaps a new place to step into? Is it time to face any fears and explore new territory? Go where curiosity, joy and wonder take you and you just might find yourself closer to where you really want to be, thriving as you and only you can be in your true nature!  


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Can you Feel the Spirit and Dance?

Posted by on Apr 6, 2015 in Costa Rica, Live Your True Nature, Nature | 0 comments

“Feel Spirit dance within you and move your feet  beneathe you” is my way of saying: feel the Spirit, the beautiful energy of Pachamama, Mother Earth, the Universe and Your True Nature. Be fully and completely aligned with it AND take action. Intentions alone aren’t enough. Action is needed. Aligned action. The school of hard knocks (get your a** in gear) does not get me boogieing. This is the language that works best for me by helping me access and maintain fun, light, playful energy and keep my ‘why’ (intentions) in mind as I move my feet, dancing into action. Feel the beat. Move your feet. Keep Dancing. It’s all about enjoying the dance more than where we are on the dance floor. 

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Walk Your Art

Posted by on Jan 30, 2015 in Costa Rica, Lessons from Animals, Live Your True Nature, Nature | 0 comments

There is art in simply being who you are. May you share that with the world. Learn from the crabs and create art wherever you are!

Walk your Art. Lessons from a crab.

Walk your Art. Lessons from a crab.


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Passion or Addiction?

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in Adventure, Costa Rica, Live Your True Nature | 0 comments

I’m addicted. I ate 5 already today. Is it the sweet, tangy crunch? Is it the need for vitamin A, C, magnesium, iron, flavonoid antioxidants such as beta carotene? Or is it that it is a good source of dietary fiber including insoluble fiber. Read: good for detox and colon? 500 types of cultivated passions–I’m loving these granadilla, orange-sized yellow passion fruits. Such satisfaction to split their shiny shell apart with my fingers and to slurp up the fruit. Cool spiny pulp that holds the seeds in. Certainly one of my latest passions!


Grenadilla, Passion Fruit


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