Monthly Archives: May 2018

Deep Feminine Wisdom Grows Our Presence

As I am reaching out to get know China, she is touching me as well.

In the beautiful Guilin, there is a huge rock formation lovingly named Elephant Mountain that sits looking over the river, with her trunk reaching down to drink in the shallows. It is covered in plants and flowers and has paths carefully placed all over it. As I walked all around the base of it, the …

 

Zen Garden Sunrise Magic – Presence Growing

It is sunrise here in Guilin, China, at the Zen Garden Resort and what a magical time it is. This small resort is nestled amid the distinctive rock formations of this area, so I was greeted by the early morning fog encircling the mountains…my sense of awe is awakened. As I look out my window – and let my gaze travel in all directions – here is what I am …

 

World Wide Presence Tour – Guilin, China

The World Wide Presence Tour (AKA – WWPT from now on) has continued out into the countryside of China, about two hours out of Guangzhou by high speed train. The beauty is exquisite as you can see – we are here for 2 days, drinking it all in, and having a much needed rest (for all three of us!)

This is a Guilin sunrise over the Li river. It makes …

 

Greeting All New Experiences With Curiosity

This World Wide Presence Tour (WWPT) has taken me into new realms from the moment I left home.
As you all may know, I am committed to learning more about how to be present in my environment no matter what it brings.

This is not an easy practice to cultivate, as the human brain and all our past experiences form an internal committee in our heads and nervous systems that …

 

World Wide Presence Tour Begins in Guangzhou, China

At almost midnight last night, after 24 hours of travel from Washington, DC, I was warmly welcomed by my hosts Simon and Rosa Rama. What a wonderful way to arrive in this beautiful city. It was formerly called Canton and historically, it was the first city in all of China to be opened to trade with the western world in the early 1800s. Britain retained Hong Kong and China took …