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a gathering of beautiful souls
on a sacred
piece of land
giving ourselves permission to be free
to embrace growth
while honoring where we have been
to be seen
to be held
allowing the mystery of our paths to unfold with grace
while bravely stepping into new ways of being
to be nourished by the earth
cleansed by the sea
to share our stories: hopes, fears & dreams
to practice gratitude
to be given tools
to receive daily reminders
that each of us have something precious to offer
that we are so deeply loved
that it serves us best to be open
to embrace our truths and purpose
and let our light seep out into the world
with abundant thanks and gratitude to the humble, wise, loving visionaries who created matrilumina:
pixie, christine & maya
it was such an honor to be included in the first of many such gatherings...
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Big Sur, Christine Mason Miller, Esalen, Matrilumina, Maya Corrine, Moonstorming, Pixie Campbell, Soulodge, Swirly Girl
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such beautiful words and images.
08/23/2012 at 06:18 AM
gorgeous images! beautiful.
08/27/2012 at 09:48 PM
I drink it in....
love and light
08/29/2012 at 08:35 AM
Ahhhhh. A visual feast of beautiful metaphors. Thank you, lovely Elke.
It was an honor and joy to share a room and the overall experience with you.
So much love,
Rosalyn Fay |
09/03/2012 at 09:35 AM
elke, elke, elke. all of it, an exquisite altar. you capture these moments and thoughts that flit by so quickly, and somehow each one holds the whole of our time together there. how??? never mind. it's magic. how were my dear elk? did they greet you and were you held after a regal hike? another perfect reminder of my time with you outdoors. oh, how i love you.
09/05/2012 at 06:04 PM
What a morning lit homage to our time by the sea. Thank you, Elke, for honoring yourself first, and then the purpose of Matrilumina with your mystical and wise ways. I love you so. We love you so.
09/07/2012 at 10:52 PM
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