Posts Tagged ‘nature’
July 21, 2020
My soul sent me messages in the form of hearts, as to where it was enjoying its embodiment through me. I found hearts in my garden, heart rocks at the beach after watching the sunset, a heart carved on a tree in the forest, hearts in crystals, hearts in flowers. It was my soul saying "Thank you for valuing me,” "Thank you for including me," and "Thank you for sharing your human experience with me."
June 12, 2020
I had come to Lake Ontario that day to give thanks for Nature’s incredible Beauty of Creation that I perceive through all my senses, and which sustains me, even in the darkest of times. I left with a ‘gnowing’, that there is no separation between the Sacred Spiral of Creation to which I sang, and the continuously evolving energy that is me. I am the Beauty of Creation, and so are you. We are one, as experienced through life, gratitude, love, and the myriad acts of self-expression that are Creation itself.
May 15, 2020
Grandmother Cedar has been a voice of the Great Mother, calling us home. The time of living our lives externally has come to an end. We must find our way back home to ourselves; our inner life and drink from our inner well and light. Our disconnection from Mother Earth; the power of creation and spiral of life has led to disharmony, emptiness, war, conflict, and unfulfilled lives. We are now at the Great Turning point, moving to the centre of the spiral, going within to the place of oneness. It can be a treacherous journey without tools to navigate the dark passages; however, we have the light of our hearts to lead the way.
December 10, 2013
Who knew? The folks at Northern Edge Algonquin greatly enjoyed this article suggested by @thecleversheep on twitter: Why
August 16, 2009
We’re having a bountiful harvest this summer at our lakefront garden on the edge of Algonquin Park. Take a peak at some of the freshness
May 24, 2009
With the relaunch of Globe and Mail.com came a neat surprise when we found our photo adorning the bottom left corner! Featured in the print
March 24, 2009
Wendy and Alexis set up at the ‘Go Green’ show in Ottawa this past weekend and it was a great success. The show ran
February 6, 2009
Things have been moving at “winter’s pace” around Algonquin Park lately. Yesterday morning the mercury read -35 degrees and everything was laying pretty low waiting
August 29, 2008
Fall Colours Five things I love about fall: Crisp air, afternoon light from a sun that sits lower on the horizon, colourful leaves dazzling the
June 18, 2008
It’s the full moon in June and that means it’s time for turtles to get seriously busy. Over the past week, anyone paying attention will