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Dreams.

“Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.”
Edgar Allan Poe, Eleonora

 

What do we do with the our dreams?  Do we give them away to responsibility?  Do we imagine them only to keep going?  Do we assume we could never be that grand?  That we don’t deserve them?

I have been a dreamer my whole life.  I remember falling asleep every night planning the kind of day I would awake to.

It never happened.  Not once.  Was it because I dared not believe it could ?  Was I afraid of being disappointed?  Or did I know there was a bigger dream coming to find me?

Or maybe when you spend your whole life dreaming–when that real dream floats in front of your eyes you see it for what it is…and grab hold with both hands!

Lately, my life has felt like a fairy tale.  But this time, I wasn’t wishing for it…it was just apparating in front of me…perfect little piece by perfect little piece.

It is with a heart filled with stardust and roses I let you know that i am leaving my chosen home of the past 18 years…the brooding emerald paradise I am so honored to have real roots.  The mountainous, unbelievably beautiful pacific north west.

And.

Moving.

To.

Paradise.

As of June–this dreamer will be located on the sweet, also mountainous island of Maui.

It’s gonna be me and sand and whales and turtles and dolphins and rainbows and vitamin D and paddle boarding at sunrise in warm waters…and of course…my dog.

I will be working out of an amazing world class retreat center in Makawao…which is about 1,500 feet up the mountain.  It’s a retreat center worthy of a dreamer.  Another one of those dreams come true.

My life here in the pacific north west, living and working, has been the biggest ski slope of ups and downs…gradually ebbing to the peace of amazing community and connection that will be with me for the rest of my days…wherever on this planet I find myself.  Here in the PNW I grew up, I became a healer, and have done some hard internal work I never knew I was brave enough to face!  I owe this land and the people I met here so much.

Leaving you all, leaving this green paradise, will be hard.

But when a dream calls…it’s best to listen!

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
Eleanor Roosevelt