"Do not cringe and make yourself small if you are called the black sheep, the maverick, the lone wolf. Those with slow seeing say a nonconformist is a blight on society. But it has been proven over the centuries, that being different means standing at the edge, means one is practically guaranteed to make an original contribution, a useful and stunning contribution to her culture." ~ Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype by Clarissa Pinkola EstésRead More
The wind in my hair and the sun on my face, I take in a deep breath and let out a big, belly laugh, feeling in my heart I am exactly where I am meant to be. Wild and free. A year ago, I made a commitment to fully embrace and rock out to my own wild nature. At that time, my path had brought me towards a life that I no longer felt was mine. It was a comfortable life: with lots of friends, a full teaching schedule, and plenty of free time for my own side projects.Read More
So, I kind of have a “thing” for wildness.
No, I don’t exactly mean a sexually inspired kind of “thing” (but a wild man or woman sure is sexy!) for wildness. I’m more-so talking about my whole passion in life being centered around coming into more and more union with my wild feminine nature.Read More