During my time of working closely with women to enhance colorful verve and beautiful authenticity, questions have nudged me to engage their curiosity: What would it be like for those who desire to explore the sacred feminine to have a soulful haven to return to again and again for creative nourishment? Is there a way to make this nourishment sustainable so it doesn’t overwhelm, but fills your cup to enhance the rest of your living? Can a community be formed that offers support and witness to the depth of soulful, creative nourishment? •Colorful Me Sanctuary is an online haven dedicated…
Celebration of Mary Magdalene
Happy Feast of Mary Magdalene. What do YOU love about Mary Magdalene? Mary Magdalene’s story is a tale that has been twisted and turned. First shifted by Pope Gregory in the sixth century during a sermon, his words labeled Mary Magdalene as a “sinner/prostitute.” These words stuck to her and (seemed to) remove her credibility. Yet, truth rises to the top and her REAL POWER could not be buried. In the late 1800’s, the well-preserved codex of The Gospel of Mary Magdalene was discovered in upper Egypt. In it, Mary Magdalene’s love for Christ shines through. It’s clear to see…
Unexpected Gatekeeper: A Visual Prayer
Happy Monday. Some thoughts on gatekeeping and allowing ourselves access to the freedom of the Spirit!
Visual Prayers of Sacred Space
A Prayer for the Ground I Stand UponRoot yourself in Love,Receive Divine grace freely,Share along the path. A Poem Prayer of Sacred HearthMy BE-ing is a sacred hearth.In the soft space of my center,I grow a sunflower as I reflect upon Ukraine.Invisible seeds of prayer are sent.I mourn.I hate war. and weapons. and misused power. since forever.I will never understand the decimation of others for gain.Christ, be with us.Amen. A Prayer Received from the Trees Outside my Window. Let the light come through,Your colors shimmer and bounce,Lean with the wind.
Ash Wednesday Reflection
Today is Ash Wednesday AND we welcome the new moon… a potent day for connecting with the dust of the earth and setting an intention for healthy rhythms in our life. For a long time, I’ve loved Ash Wednesday. The depth of this day has called my name. This, the first day of the Lenten season, brings recognition to the path of Christ that leads to his death and resurrection. In the Christian tradition, I’ve often experienced the main focus has been on LIGHT, light, LIGHT — focus on all that is glimmer. One thing I truly appreciate about the…