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Mimosa Pudica Part Two

  Nurturing the Spirit: Understanding the Needs of Introverts in Grief   How did you do with finding a self-nourishing practice in Mimosa Pudica Part One?   Grief is a deeply personal journey that affects us all in unique ways. For introverts, who find solace in solitude and introspection, navigating the tumultuous terrain of grief […]

Mimosa Pudica Part One

Understanding WHO you are and HOW you are: When I was a young girl in Jamaica, I used to spend many hours outdoors as my parents were farmers. I came across a plant that I deeply resonate with up to now. The mimosa pudica. Nature…deeply introverted and protective. I knew from a young age that […]

Dead Eyes

As the year ends, nature urges us to take inventory as we put the gardens to bed in the Northeast. How did we number our days and use the time so far this year? It is never too late to take inventory, check our vision of what we wanted to achieve so far, and course […]

State of the Union

If you are managing your grief feelings like Scrat from the movie Ice Age manages his acorns, I invite you to take an honest assessment here. Here are 6 ideas I am encouraging you to consider: What will they need to see to know that you have changed? How will you need to feel to […]

Until Then Please Don’t Love Me Like You Love Yourself

Somehow, you managed to get through the first few hours, months, and even years after your loss. Maybe it was the death of a beloved, perhaps another monumental loss. You got through the tsunami somehow. People may have even asked you how you managed to stay so strong. Have You? Have you even begun to […]