Slowing Down + Filling Up

I'm back from my second time at the New England Women's Herbal Conference.

It was such a joy. Seeing friends I made last year and deepening our connection. Meeting new friends. Learning about the healing way of plants from incredible teachers including Rocio Alacron, Caroline Gagnon, and Tammi Sweet. Swimming in crystal clear Newfound Lake. Taking guided meditation journeys with plaintain -- a plant that grows in the cracks of the sidewalks. Sharing what I know about flower essences (and there's a 25% sale going on right now -- see details below). 

Most importantly, it was a time to slow down and fill up.

Healers need this more than ever. It's a challenging time to be alive on planet Earth, and we hold the space for growing through these challenges.

The space I hold is for smart and sensitive women going through times of life transitions. I call these transitions Gate Passages.  

These transitions bring many things up to the surface.

Sometimes it brings up old wounds that are ready to be healed.

Sometimes it brings up ways of thinking about your life that are ready to be upgraded.

Sometimes it brings forward new ways of being in the world, that can be both scary and exciting.

Always, though, these times of transition bring you into better balance of who you are. 

It's not easy to go through them.

New tools and new support can ease a Gate Passage.

I'm delighted to offer this support -- both one-to-one and in groups. In a few weeks, I'll once again be opening the fall season of Gate Passages -- a small group gathering of support. Stay tuned for details. 

What's doing for you?

How are you slowing down and filling up?