ElderSpirit provides an opportunity for growing into our older years with awareness and open hearts. We offer workshops, Death Cafes, Wisdom Circles and specialised talks which support…
Spiritual Eldering - finding our elder wisdom through spiritual growth, honouring our inner gifts, developing self-respect and confidence.
Integrated Ageing - caring for our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health in order to live a life of quality and passionate commitment to the transformation of our personal lives, our communities and life as a whole.
Sacred Activism - allowing our voices to be heard, acting in service to the world, in large or small ways, as befits our unique capacity.
Transformational Presence - garnering the wisdom of the past along with the insights of present we create a new, positive view for the future and those who come after us.
Felice Rhiannon brings seven+ decades of life experience to the present moment. Her work in the world has been varied, most often guided by her heart, though sometimes by economic necessity! She has been privileged to be a yoga therapist, specialising in teaching yoga, in all its aspects, to people living with cancer, heart disease and muscular-skeletal challenges. Upon leaving that work, Felice was ordained as a OneSpirit interfaith minister, serving elders and the LGBT community. She is also a Veriditas-Certified Labyrinth Walk Facilitator. Felice most recently trained as a workshop leader with Sage-ing International and presents workshops in the UK and world-wide.
it seems there is a relationship between a good night’s sleep and loneliness.
in true jungian style, this is a book about the soul, about what cannot be earned, achieved, accomplished, bought, or borrowed. it’s about truly growing up, growing to be the soulful, conscious humans we are meant to be.
pema chodron is a contemporary american buddhist nun and teacher in the tibetan tradition. she is noted for bringing the teachings of the Buddha to everyday issues, particularly emotional issues.
i pause, breathe and become conscious of my mortality, and all the glorious, delirious mess of life, five times a day…should i choose to open the reminder. most of the time i do.
dr karen wyatt, physican and author, has worked for many years gathering the wisdom of people whose lives are ending in hospice care. she has gathered their words in books and on her blog.
suddenly the business section of the newspaper, which i rarely read, jumped out at me. a headline caught my eye, proclaiming, in bold letters, “pensioners still paying billions to the taxman.”
you cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. what you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. ~~dame jane godall
from today onward until the attainment of enlightenment may i be willing to live with my chaos and confusion and that of all other sentient beings. may i be willing to share our mutual confusion and work incessantly and humbly to help and elevate everyone without exception.
today is a milestone. a year since i began writing this blog. it has been an exciting experience, filled with creative energy i didn’t know i had. it has opened doors that were shut; revealed secrets i didn’t know i held in some part of my being; and brought laughter and tears easily to the surface.
or is it down and up again? today, as i walked outdoors in the sunshine, i saw a young man stumble over a rise in the pavement.