Hello Wise Woman,
As communities slowly begin to re-open and we emerge from our cocoons into our new post covid reality, I’m filled with anxiety and hope.
Anxious that we’ll rush back into our old ways of busy-ness and consumption. Hopeful that the changes we’ve experienced have left a lasting imprint, and opened our eyes to a slower, more nourishing way of life.
“Take your time, the whole world is in transition, don’t rush into or commit to anything right now”, a therapist friend advised. The soothing reminder my soul needed to hear in that moment.
It’s ok to go slow. And to let things go. And to not know what comes next.
When faced with life's big questions, I imagine myself as an old woman, fifty years from now, looking back on this time, and I ask her, my inner wise woman, for guidance.
Although culturally we’ve dismissed the elders in our communities, for thousands of years, older women, known as...