Soul Talk ~ Calling all Soul Sisters!
We are all so different and yet we are the same. I love celebrating those differences and 'samenesses' because when we do, the incredible wisdom, inspiration and strength that emerges when these Divine feminine forces meet is AWESOME!
“Friendship and trust are born at that moment when one person says to another,
‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one” Did I mention it is also a lot of FUN?!
Share Your Experiences, Stories & Dreams; form bonds, enjoy time with other wise women, and Nurture Your Spirit in a Circle of Friends
The goal is a simple one, to meet with women of like mind, to just "be," knowing we can safely say what is in our hearts without fear or judgement.
This is an ongoing Gathering on the Second Monday of every Month
Our Next Gathering is Monday, January 14 , 2019, 6:30-8 pm
The January meeting will be held at the following address:
6401 Lendee Dr., Nisswa MN 56468
"Women have been trained to speak softly and carry a lipstick.
Those days are over"
Franklin Art Center ~ Room 119b - aka
"The Gathering Place"
1001 Kingwood St, Brainerd, MN 56401
$10 Offering per gathering
RSVP -Bring a Friend!
DreamWork Wellness LLC
"There are two ways of spreading light ... To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it"
Join me for Soul Talk ~
together we can be the mirror and the candle
My First Soul Talk
Growing up I believed my mom was magic. Looking back at those early years I realize I was right; she truly was.
One of my favorite memories of us was when I was about 7. We were walking in the woods when she stopped, she had found what she had been searching for. It was a tree, a magnificent tree. Well, I thought it was a tree, however, it wasn't 'just' a tree to her.
To her it was a friend. I watched as she gently stretched her arms as far as she could around its massive trunk, leaned her head against it, and closed her eyes. A few seconds later she pulled me in to hug it with her and so I did. I got restless and with the attention span of a 7 year old I asked, “how long do we hug it?” She said, “until you feel her hug you back.” That image of her, of us, lives in my heart and soul. It will be there until the day I join her.
I realized many, many years later what I did not know then. I learned that when I listened to the tree that day I was really listening to God. My mom taught me Soul Talk. How lucky am I!
One of the greatest blessings in my life today is sharing Soul Talk with you.