I came to Still Harbor two years ago, burnt out, worn out, and unsure of my life path forward. Today, I’m committed to ensuring that people with incredible vision, doing incredible work in the world have the space to rest, reflect and repair as I did. Together, let us remove the hindrances to a more just world.
On this #GivingTuesday, I wanted to share a free mini-teaching — perhaps a fruitful reflection — on the themes of giving and receiving as we launch into this holiday giving season. Included in the video is also an introduction to a meditation practice that has nourished my embrace of the vulnerability and mutuality of taking in and giving out
It is so easy to be preoccupied with all the cares of the world and my own personal challenges, that I find it essential to intentionally slow down and appreciate the good my life. Here is how I am focusing my efforts around gratitude this season.
We all have the capability to disrupt the negativity that surrounds us by becoming the counterforce necessary to turn the tide of our human co-existence. To do this, it necessitates a few key things to push forward…
This blog post aims to share an insight that I’ve gleaned from a recent book project about silence and suffering. While silence can be most challenging at times of great stress - times like these - my invitation to you is to practice sacred silence so that you may listen better and discern your role in undoing the silences all around us that oppress.
One way I have come to understand interdependence, compassion, and harmlessness, particularly in relationship to race, is to see that we all coexist in a vast, skinless body held together by the gravitational pull of Mother Earth’s love, shaped in a unique cell suit that we call “self.”