Artwork by Jen Peer Rich

The Dance of Comfort and Discomfort

By Lisa Meuser. As we have been discovering over the past few months, the topic of discomfort [1] has many, many tendrils – some of which are still to be discovered! Always “on the journey,” new sacred tendrils constantly reveal themselves as I evolve. Maybe you’ve discovered that too? The Field of Possibility is ever…

The Exhaustion of Inner Oppression

By Lisa Meuser. Here is the second piece in a series of blog posts exploring discomfort and disconnection.   I have been noticing in clients, in myself, and perhaps everywhere: tension (and discomfort) goes up when a sense of connection to well-being goes down.  It’s not the tension or push-pull that’s the problem, in fact tension…

How Full Is Your Well?

By Lisa Meuser. Almost daily, I journey with clients who are beating themselves up during these Covid-19 times for not being more productive, so I thought I’d write a little about it. I think it’s worthwhile to consider why we might not be as productive as we think we should be. I think it’s useful…

Our Stories Are Sacred

By Lisa Meuser.   “The wound is the place where the Light enters you.”  Rumi I gently breathe in this quote. It has taken me a long time to know Rumi’s words. Most of my life I hid and denied my wounds, concealing them not only from others but also from myself. I repeatedly and systematically…

Longing For Love

By Sumitra Burton.   While looking back over my life recently to see what kind of “credentials” I had gathered along the way, I recognized a core thread that has permeated my experience from the very beginning: a passionate longing for love.  Somehow I had never been aware of it in quite this way before.…