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“To be fully human is to be wild. Wild is the strange pull and whispering wisdom. It’s the gentle nudge and the forceful ache. It is your truth, passed down from the ancients, and the very stream of life in your blood. Wild is the soul where passion and creativity reside, and the quickening of your heart. Wild is what is real, and wild is your home.” -Victoria Erickson
There is a deep sense that we are being called to rewild our hearts. We need to make wild again our sense of self, our sense of compassion, and our sense of curiosity. Rewilding is a lens – a way to view the world, to view one another, and to view ourselves. Rewilding is a movement and a way of being. We are called to open our eyes, open our heart and open to the untamed wilderness that lives inside.
To rewild our hearts means we need to make room for wider spaces within ourselves, our communities, and our world. Rewilding is about expansion and redefining our borders and boundaries. It’s a desire to connect ourselves to play – sacred play.
If we are to rewild our hearts, it would mean we would deepen our relationship with nature and the landscape that surrounds us. Rewilding is an exploration and a journey.
I recently donated a jacket that was only two years old. There was no reason to keep it, despite my inner voice saying, “You might it need it someday.” I don’t. And the reality is that someone needs it more than I do. Plus, the jacket will probably just sit on a hanger for more than a year.
Why hold onto it?
Somewhere inside there is a fear of scarcity. It’s a sense of needing to hold on. It’s a sense of control. It’s a sense of “someday.” If I can’t control the weather then at least I can control the various jackets I own.
This is only a jacket, yet it has deeper meaning into holding on and the fear of letting go. What else in my life am I holding or gripping onto? What else in my life am I carrying around and unwilling to give away? What else is hanging on the hangers of my heart?
My invitation is for each of us to look within and notice what we are carrying around on every level. Maybe it’s time to let it go. Maybe it’s time to do the kind thing and give it away.
We can all donate more than a jacket. We can donate kindness, compassion, and love. We have so much to give away.
How about you? What will you give away with love and kindness?
Spend a few minutes enjoying inner peace and inner beauty. Notice what happens when you breathe in peace and beauty and breathe out worry. When you let go, you make space for more joy, more peace, more compassion, more wisdom, and more love to enter. Enjoy this five minute Toning the OM meditation. This was filmed at Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx.
May the nourishment of the earth be yours, may the clarity of light be yours, may the fluency of the ocean be yours, may the protection of the ancestors be yours. And so may a slow wind work these words of love around you, an invisible cloak to mind your life. - John O’Donohue
As a yearly ritual, I give thanks for the past year and the lessons it taught me. I took time to look back at 2015 in order to give it a proper ending. I found it to be a tough year, but looking back and reflecting, 2015 had many moments of my theme word – blessings.
January was a quiet month with many cold days in New York City. I started the year committing more to my meditation practice. I was blessed to deepen my meditation practice at Kadampa Meditation Center.
February – snow. And more snow. I cocooned for most of the month and spent 10 days with the flu. The blessing was I found lots of new books and podcasts and spent a great deal of time writing.
In March, I was blessed to give my third retreat in Hawaii! I was so happy to give the Wild Cosmic Heart Retreat at Kalani Oceanside on the Big Island. I was joined by 10 amazing women who opened their wild cosmic heart during days filled with rain, rainbows, crazy wind, and blue skies. It was a reunion of hearts from those near and far, including a friend I have known for almost 25 years. Learning to play three cords on the ukulele was a sweet highlight. The biggest blessing was sharing the retreat with my spouse.
May was all about essential oils. I was blessed to be introduced to some amazing essential oils that have helped me on my health journey and have taught many other people how they can support them. I have been able to incorporate these essential oils into my healing practice, retreats, as well as give classes.
In June, my spouse had major surgery. It was a stressful time and the blessing was the incredible surgeon who was so good to both of us. It was nice to see a caring person in the medical field – something neither of us had experienced much. This doctor was a huge blessing!
We spent a wonderful weekend in July in the Catskills for one of my retreats. It was nice to be surrounded by such beauty. The mountain views were incredible and the fire ceremony was magical. We sat within the Panther Mountains and experienced a deeper connection to Pachamama (Mother Earth) and one another. Menla Retreat Center was a refuge and a blessing.
In August I returned to Camp GLP (Good Life Project). I once again spent a weekend playing, creating, connecting, and learning from an amazing tribe. I jumped onto my first paddle board. Blessed to know there are kindred spirits out in the world who feel as inspired and vulnerable as I do.
September included a lot of play and travel. I headed to the annual NY Open where I spent the day watching many tennis matches. I walked the grounds and enjoyed seeing a few players as they entered the stadium. Later in September, I traveled to Utah for an Essential Oils Conference. I spent four days with our team and meeting wellness advocates from around the world.
In late September into October, I was blessed to spend 10 days in Cape May mostly for bird watching and nature walks. It was a sweet week. I had time to refuel and take many photos. I saw a few life birds and enjoyed evening sunsets.
When I returned from vacation, I was blessed to see many Mets playoff games and even made it to game 2 of the World Series. 2015 was all about the Mets and lots of cheering at games with family and friends. Going to all the playoff series with my family was beyond anything I could have imagined.
In November, my spouse had emergency surgery. While I had a hard time finding the blessing in this one, I realized that I am grateful to the medical staff at Columbia and our families for their support.
In December, I spent a warm birthday weekend in Cape May. It was sweet and beautiful.
Yes, despite a full year of ups and downs and hard decisions and some losses, I had a year full of blessings.
So, as I step fully into 2016, I am profoundly aware of my inner source of peace. I am attuned to the beauty that surrounds me. And I am beyond grateful for a loving spouse and wonderful family and friends. As I step in 2016 with a more clear sense of my essence, I am grateful for all my blessings.
With deep gratitude, I let 2015 close and open to 2016 with great wonder. Perhaps, 2016 is all about WONDER. I am still listening…
What are you stepping into more fully in 2016?
You are invited to take time and listen for your intention, your word, and your heart.
Thank you to everyone for being a part of the Toning the OM journey and my heart’s journey. I am grateful to this OM Tribe every single day.
How will you celebrate the light in the darkness? As winter draws near, it is a time of going inward. The winter season allows us to align with a slower pace. In the depths of winter, when the bears hibernate, trees put their energy deep into their roots, and many of us dive deeper into the dream world, it is a natural time to retreat.
As we go inward, let us notice the beauty and tranquility of winter. Let us celebrate the light within that is always available. Let us embrace the opportunity for deep rest and integration that winter provides.
How will you keep the candle lit inside yourself this winter?