leadership

Facilitating Authenticity

There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside of them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself. ~Hermann Hesse For more years than […]

The Art of Holding Space

As we take our first steps into the Dark Time, I’ve been thinking a lot about holding space—what it means, the purpose it serves, and how I can do it more effectively. Along with the concept of “holding center,” the mindfulness around holding space has […]

Priestessing the Liminal

The month of August is concluding today, and I’ve been having difficulty writing anything but ritual for the past few weeks.  Throughout this month, my thoughts have been returning over and over again to the liminal, to liminality, to thresholds and transitions and initiations. This […]

Cultivating Self-Discipline

Note:  In the first post in this series Leadership Assets:  Discipline I discussed what self-discipline is and why it is so important for us to develop this quality. In the second post Following the Path of Self-Discipline, I talked more about how self-discipline can serve us […]

Looks like witches still need to tend women’s health – SCOTUS change coming

Years back there was a rumbling on the Internet in regards to states passing draconian abortion laws. People were organizing, in the background and out of the public eye, a network to help women travel to a different state to get an abortion when their […]

Leadership Assets: Discipline

When I discuss the necessity of discipline, it often evokes sighs, tuning out, and even displays of anger.  I’m already doing everything I can possibly do, giving all I can possibly give!  I don’t have time!  I work ten hours a day! I’m exhausted! How […]

Things are shifting, moving rapidly

It’s all wonderful with new knowledge being gained, new friendships being built, newish community being strengthened. But I’m hella busy. It’s good. I’m tired, but happy. I had a reading this past fall and part of it was being told that I should stop looking […]