“Wonder is a gateway through which the universe floods in and takes up residence within us.”
Brian Swimme & Mary Tucker
Don’t let anyone tell you, you are not creative.
Your creativity is a potent source of life force. It is unique, unlimited,
and yours to experiment with, embrace and open deeper into.
It is a superpower and a spiritual power.
It can open you to a vast world of possibilities.
But so often in our lives we are moving from one act of doing to the next. We do not pause to check in with ourselves, to listen inside for what matters to us.
When we practice Loving Inquiry, we walk through metaphorical gates that invite us to open to different facets of our creativity and awareness. Each gate is named for a quality of attention and engagement that can help you to develop a kind, curious, and compassionate way of relating to yourself and others.
This is the work I developed in my PhD, which has evolved and expanded since its initial birthing in 2010.
Loving Inquiry will help you learn to love and accept yourself and embrace your wholeness.
The Gates will guide you to explore the full range of what it is to be human.
Whether you are young, middle age or an elder.
Whether you want to write, sing, dance, act, paint, play an instrument or build a community of like-hearted individuals.
Whether you are just beginning or have been doing it for a while.
I have watched people of all diverse genders, cultures, mental and physical abilities discover joy, wonder, and deep soul nourishment when they access their creative expression and use it to heal their hearts and reclaim parts of themselves that have been neglected or abandoned.