Jamie is an inspiration partner and lantern-holder for her fellow transformation leaders, change catalysts, and creative nonconformists who are living, inspiring, and (intentionally or not) leading the change in these chaotic times.
Jamie is a long-time servant of the Muse, a writer and author, and an intrepid walker and feline-tender. She has great appreciation for dark chocolate and cooking other nourishing, delicious meals -- often plant-based -- to nourish her partner and her peeps. She also helps to manage a women's health clinic, emphasizing in-person, for-real compassionate care. (Aquarius Sun, Chiron Pisces, Ur-Plu Virgo conjunction, and HD 6/2 Projector) Be well!
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January 27, 2016 at 8:50 pm
Lovely. I extra appreciate this one – lots of dead shell molting over here. (all the better to compost!) Which reminds me that composting takes it’s own good time, too. Cheers to new frontiers. Thanks ladies.
January 28, 2016 at 7:15 pm
Cheers to new frontiers. Good one. And yes, the ‘releasing the dead shells’ also brings to mind one of my favorite Rumi-wisdom bits … taking the pearls, and leaving the shells behind. (My top favorite Rumi bit involves being drunk and standing at the edge of the roof … hmm, that’d be good to share if I haven’t already. :). xoxo to you and Jack!
January 28, 2016 at 9:05 pm
Yes, that’s a good one to share! My favorite quote from the edge, from F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Draw your chair up close to the edge of the precipice and I’ll tell you a story.”
February 1, 2016 at 5:19 pm
Ha ha, good one. There’s a bit of Trickster humor in that invitation to the edge. 🙂 Like Regina Sara Ryan’s quip about those who ‘picnic at the edge of the chasm’. Thanks for sharing the F. Scott Fitz bit. xoxo Love, Jamie