Spirituality is deep personal and subjective experience that cannot be explored scientifically. Individual and unique by its nature and passed on by many generations, it is a dance between our outer and inner Spirit. The Spirit is connected to its boundless and vast existence across all time and religions.
Each of us has an innate relationship to the unseen and an attraction to the miraculous and mysterious. We look at seasons of nature and life with awe and an unquenchable thirst to know and understand. We want to be able to see and touch on the physical level. Yet, there is a knowing deep inside of us nestled within all its wisdom that cannot be seen or touched, it is felt and experienced.
Seeds of spirituality were planted early in my childhood. I observed my mom and other women in the community engage in non-traditional healing. In parallel I was fascinated with Buddhism, art and the spiritual world. I studied traditional medicine in college.
Later in my life, other healing methods, Reiki, Sufism and Shamanism, got my attention
Through the process of listening, dropping between the thoughts and the feelings, I learned how to expand and quest about life’s journey.
Like the trees, we stand tall as we allow ourselves to open up, breathe and move with its branches, grounded in the soil of Mother Earth. With each breath our heart opens up and connects to the inner knowing of self; deep inside there are answers to our heart’s desire:
To live to the fullest, here we find zeal, life force and inspiration to create, to be and become; to connect with all dreams, ours and those who have walked before us.
Here we find answers to:
- What do I find beautiful?
- Why am I here?
- Who am I to become?
Here we find the connection to our true self and with others. It is here that we feel an infinite connection to all there is.