Rebecca Francesca Elizabeth
Writer | Visionary Alchemist | Soul Midwife
Calling you home.
“The doors to the world of the wild Self are few but precious. If you have a deep scar, that is a door, if you have an old, old story, that is a door. If you love the sky and the water so much you almost cannot bear it, that is a door. If you yearn for a deeper life, a full life, a sane life, that is a door.”
– Clarissa Pinkola Estes
...rain, mountains, forests, flowers, (neuro)science, psychology, philosophy, language, change, plants, dancing, bees, brains, bird songs, whispers, wisdom,
wild hearts, freedom, fears, feeling,
salty tears, art, ocean, coffee, walking barefoot, singing, music, yoga,
structure, chaos, symbolism, lucid dreaming, love, heartfelt hugs, cinnamon, vegetables, Indonesian food, crossroads, curiosity, eyegazing, stargazing, handstands, reading, writing, learning, breathing, being,
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Awe. An overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration, respect, wonder, fear and amazement - caused by that which is unbelievable, miraculous, majestic, sublime, extremely powerful, or downright magical.
We live in a world where awe-inspiring things happen all day, every day. From nature to technology, science to the sacred, Earth to Cosmos. From North to West, South to East, inner realms to outer space: wherever you seek, you will find. If only we crack open to welcome them in. Minds and hearts. If only we are strong enough to be vulnerable, wise enough to doubt, powerful enough to soften, and quiet enough to find stillness in the midst of chaos. Retracing our steps to trace back the lines of us. To find, remember, and re-member ourselves in a changing world.
This virtual space is a laboratory for the soul. Yours or mine - mi casa, su casa. A place for visionary alchemists longing to merge the best of all worlds. Providing gentle nudges of encouragement to actively cultivate wonder. And to explore all there is to explore: the distant, dusty corners of Self and Other, Science and Spirit, Earth and Cosmos.
Let's set the intention that we may courageously sink & soften into trust in the unknown, and always leave with more questions than answers. Open mind, open heart. Become un-used again to the miraculous in the ordinary. Seeing the same world anew, as if awakening to her for the very first time.
Returning to a home we never even knew we left.
And meeting it with an ignited sense of wonder.
"It is entirely possible that behind the perception of our senses, worlds are hidden of which we are unaware."
- Albert Einstein
Move with me
During one of my weekly yoga classes