An atypically warm November can lure us into complacency at the precise moment we need to prepare for winter.
Use the light of this full moon, and the energy of these days for honoring the dead, to illuminate who and what you have lost: the people, the ways of life, the parts of yourself.
Resurrection is the path of return that moves forward. Each time we come back around we really move forward and up.
In the waning days of summer the tendency is to hold on and grip to the season. Through the gift of presence we can hold these final days without holding on.
Although we often compare ourselves to machines, human beings are not linear. Like all other organisms in nature, we operate on cyclical patterns. We must honor the rhythm of focus.
In the midst of the marathon of summer, Lammas offers a much-needed respite for renewal and harvest.
The best productivity advice I ever received is as old as time itself but rarely followed anymore.