Updates and Where We Begin to Connect
There is no rush
Each week, for my paid Substack I have been sharing words before I do the Weekly Collective Reading. Last week, as I was writing, it dawned on me that this should be shared on the public section of my Substack instead. This would have me reaching out more often to my free subscribers, and leave me more time to sit with the Collective Reading more thoroughly. Interesting how sometimes things just fall into place and align. So here we are. These words have found the proper place they need to be.
Yesterday, through my Instagram stories, I announced that in the near future my shop at Black Haus Art will be open indefinitely. This is a big change for me since over the last few years I have done shop releases instead of having my shop open at all times. With these changes, I am freeing myself of deadlines and instead, I will have a healthier flow and relationship to my work.
If you were someone who purchased work through Anna who shared items each shop release, you can now follow her here at her new website where she is sharing goods from her homestead, Greenwood Acres Farm.
I am also pleased to announce I will be doing another workshop that will be released in January of 2023 to help bring in the new year. This workshop will focus on resetting the nervous system. It will mirror the style and pace of my Vagal Healing Workshop and be a great addition to this workshop if you have already purchased it. I am eager to share all these things with you. I will be announcing early enrollment for the Nervous System Reset Workshop within the next few weeks.
This theme of rushing some of us have all fallen into, of false deadlines, of limitations, is something I have noticed to be collectively fading away the last few weeks. Speaking with others, I can see the changes they are making in their own lives in order to live more stress-free. Shedding the false narrative of rushing like a snake that sheds its skin. Returning to a slower pace, having less, saying no. It has been beautiful to witness and I am eager to join this pace as well.
These workshops and offerings I will share in the future will gladly reflect this mindset.
I am eager to meet with you all here each week in the future and forward. Please, reach out to me on any of my platforms with any questions you may have or just to chat, I love hearing from you.
Image Turtle and snake by Kno Bairei (1844-1895)
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