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Gimme Shelter

Tammy | December 4, 2015 | 3 Comments
Unless you live under a rock you cannot miss that we have had 355 mass shootings in the United States to date in 2015.  That stat is enough to make anyone crawl under any rock they can find looking for shelter from this storm. On the day of the San Bernardino…
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Intentions, intentions dreams and vision, Power, quest, story

The Boundaries of The Pond You Swim In

Tammy | January 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
I love my pond.  It is at once a beautiful place to observe year round, an inspiration for poetry and writing, and a metaphor  to try to imagine the pond I am swimming in and what I cannot see yet. (Note:  If you’re having a hard time reading the…
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Art and Life, Intentions, intentions dreams and vision, Power, quest, story

What’s *Your* Story – And Why You Should Drop It

Tammy | January 5, 2015 | 0 Comments
The first few days of 2015 have been amazing – some wonderful ahas, starting with with what I shared my last post, Seeing Yourself in a Different Light.  Come along with me today and see what you think! Heatherash Amara, in her book Warrior Goddess…
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intentions dreams and vision, Power, Wylde Women

Claiming the Crone and Compassion

Tammy | October 25, 2014 | 0 Comments
Compassion allows you to communicate and connect with others more fully around common vulnerabilities.  As you bring compassion to yourself, you are better able to offer it to others.  compassion counteract the isolation that can result from our self-defeating…
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coaching, intentions dreams and vision, Power, Wylde Women

Holding Space: Crone Wisdom

Tammy | October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
I am reading a book, Sacred Success:  A Course in Financial Miracles, and actually doing the assignments in it.  Interestingly this is more about soul than dollars and I think that’s why it has hooked me.  I do not read it unless I have my journal…
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Art and Life, coaching, Doesn't Fit Anywhere Category, Hell Yes!!, intentions dreams and vision, Keeping On Keeping On, Power, Wylde Women

Answering the Call of the Crone

Tammy | October 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
Who is the Crone? Wikipedia defines the Crone as an archetype The crone is a stock character in folklore and fairy tale, an old woman. In some stories, she is disagreeable, malicious, or sinister in manner, often with magical or supernatural associations…
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intentions dreams and vision, Keeping On Keeping On, Monday Musings, Power

Spunky Gals, Bold Dames, Audacious Wylde Women, Brash Crones: Creating What You Crave

Tammy | September 29, 2014 | 0 Comments
Spunky:  courageous and determined Bold: not hesitating or fearful in the face of actual or possible danger or rebuff; courageous and daring Audacious:  showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks Brash: strong, energetic, or irreverent. Fearless.…
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Dreams, Hell Yes!!, Intentions, intentions dreams and vision, Power, quest, Vision

How to Play the Game “Jan. 1 2014”

Tammy | January 1, 2013 | 9 Comments
    No – that title is not a typo. This morning my son left a Facebook post that intrigued me: Yo I just got back from the future, I was just at new years 2014 and I looked back over the year and found out that in 2013 my life is even more…
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art and politics, Current Affairs, Doesn't Fit Anywhere Category, intentions dreams and vision, Power

What Starfish and Personal Power Have in Common

Tammy | October 16, 2012 | 5 Comments
Hubby and I were talking politics and social justice this a.m.  It’s hard not to feel defeated and ineffective when you look at the state of the world and the state of the country – the division and, yes, hate that it swirling all around us and…
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art, Art and Life, Power

What Do You Value? Money and Commerce vs Beauty and Art

Tammy | July 31, 2012 | 1 Comment
The following is from American Craft magazine’s editorial in the aug/sept 2012 issue. “A wealthy investor named Edward Conard has a term for people he thinks aren’t contributing enough to the economy:  He calls them ‘art history majors.’…
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