Tag Archives: Naomi Irons

Live Your Truth September 2015 – Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia

    Personal and social transformation unfolds as we are willing to dive into living as the Deeply Spiritual, Highly Evolved Sacred Beings that we are. But how do you live this, you ask? This Retreat Weekend is an introduction to the WEL-Systems® Body of Knowledge and an invitation for Women to discover the answers that lie within. This program is intended for… Read more »

Unschooling : podcast with Naomi Irons & Angela Arbuckle

Another compelling conversation, sourced through Deb Ozarko and her life-enhancing podcast, Unplug! Naomi Irons and Angela Arbuckle bring the truth of their own experience, to be shared into yours.  Beyond philosophy and diving deeply into the practicality, Angela and Naomi are living expressions of the power that comes from being wiling to see what you see; hear what you hear; and… Read more »

ROOTS

Naomi   June 6, 2015   No Comments on ROOTS

I was compelled to begin this blog yesterday after I watched the trailer for the upcoming move The Suffragette. As I watched, I found myself continuing to awaken inside, filled with prickly goosebumps and a deep radiant heat in the core of my body while tears streamed down my face. It definitely created a STIR inside. I was so moved… Read more »

Thoughts on Wholeness

As I reflect on the last Open Space gathering of The Rural Consciousness Project, I am struck by our potent conversation on Wholeness. Wholeness in our mainstream culture is positioned as something we must acquire outside of us, through others, instead of something we must continue to awaken to and reclaim…within!   Wholeness lives in the self sustained connection and… Read more »

An Emerging Futures Retreat™ The Great Transition: Moving Beyond Who We Have Been

“In our high-tech, high-stress environments with our fast-paced, high-demand lifestyles, much attention seems to be focused on the notion of finding balance in our lives. That mythical place where all unfolds with grace and ease; time and attention equally apportioned to family, friends, work and – if you’re lucky – self, with a minimum of bumps along the road. Perhaps… Read more »