In our August podcast conversation with author Mark Nepo we explored what it means to show up for our lives more authentically.
What would it look like for you to show up for your life more authentically? What pushes back? Do you have a story about a time when you were true to yourself and it opened up something?
What is your experience of “living into the fullness of life?” What has helped you (or might help you) move beyond the fear of scarcity or loss, become more open to interdependence—to giving and receiving—and generate a sense of “enoughness” about yourself and the world?Read More
This month, we explore fear and its effect on the human possibility, personally and communally. Fear is an ancient response to the alien and the unknown, to doing things that risk failure or put us in danger.Read More
When we follow our growing edges, what we are doing may look unwise or just plain wacky to others, including significant people in our lives.Read More
April is a time of transition, as we emerge from a long winter into the promise of new growth…Read More
March 20 is the first day of spring, and spring is the season of mud and miracles—which makes spring a lot like life itself…Read More
As winter slips into February on our patch of the planet, nature maintains a state of stillness in order to nurture its own growing edges—and we get the urge to take long naps…Read More
It’s no accident that January takes its name from the Roman god Janus, the god of gateways and beginnings…Read More
In many traditions, December is the doorway into a holiday season, a season of giving and receiving gifts…Read More
When the Growing Edge Question of the Month for November is posted, the midterm elections will be just a few days away…Read More
“The simple rose, at each moment of its slow blossoming, is as open as it can be. The same is true of our lives.”Read More
It’s September, the start of the school year…Read More
“As we look toward our own growing edges—especially in hard times—many of us find ourselves torn between hope and hopelessness. How do you understand “hope?”Read More
In the past, when you’ve felt a “growing edge” in your life…Read More