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Gratitude

posted by Donna Henes

When we expand and grow and the situations of our lives start to flow, when the going is good and the living gets easier, it seems only natural to be thankful. But what about all those times when nothing seems […]

Broken Heart Work

posted by Donna Henes

A Message for those doing the hard work of heart work… by Shiloh McCloud When everything you think you know changes what do you do then? When all that you dreamed you might cause shifts what do you dream then? […]

Letting Go

posted by Donna Henes

What do you need to let go of? I asked this question to the many Queens who have joined the Facebook page of The Queen of My Self. Q.  What have you have already released and what do you still […]

I Want to Be a Crone — Someday

posted by Donna Henes

My maternal Grandmother died at 80. This was pretty old in her day. My mother died just short of her 80th birthday, which pains me still. She was not old. She did not look or act old. But she felt […]

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Resounding Miracle
This day, like every day, we wake – we wake! We are the alive ones, the ones here, now, in this world, in this life, in love and able for gratitude.  Sun pouring in on a honey of a morning, scent of autumn in chamisa and aster, drench of ponderosa and nuthatch chirrup.  Peace in th

posted 6:00:07am Nov. 28, 2014 | read full post »

The Queen of Thanksgiving
In addition to all her other contributions to society, Sarah Hale was responsible for making Thanksgiving a national holiday, an effort that she began in 1827. We have too few holidays. Thanksgiving like the Fourth of July should be considered a national festival and observed by all our people. T

posted 6:00:16am Nov. 26, 2014 | read full post »

Thanksgiving Prayer
IROQUOIS THANKSGIVING ADDRESS by Ohenton Kariwahtekwen The People Today we have gathered and we see that the cycles of life continue. We have been given the duty to live in balance and harmony with each other and all living things. So now, we bring our minds together as one as we give greetin

posted 6:00:05am Nov. 24, 2014 | read full post »

Potlatch - Encouraging Generosity
A potlatch encourages the flow of resources in a community and reaffirms the importance of community ties. We can learn much from the Native American tradition of the potlatch. It is a tradition that values generosity above all else, and a potlatch, which is a very grand ceremony, is an exercise

posted 6:00:51am Nov. 21, 2014 | read full post »

Gratitude
When we expand and grow and the situations of our lives start to flow, when the going is good and the living gets easier, it seems only natural to be thankful. But what about all those times when nothing seems to budge? When we are stuck in the rush hour traffic jam of daily life and our bodies and

posted 6:00:38am Nov. 19, 2014 | read full post »


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