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Poems

The Quiet Power

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Hope you enjoy these selections! Love, Tara The Quiet Power I walked backwards, against time and that’s where I caught the moon, singing at me. I steeped downwards, into my seat and that’s where I caught [...]

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Sometimes Growth is Just Seeing It Sooner

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Hope you enjoy these selections! Love, Tara Sometimes Growth is Just Seeing It Sooner Sometimes growth is just seeing it sooner. You see sooner that you are silencing your voice. You see sooner that you are [...]

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Rest in This

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Hope you enjoy these selections! Love, Tara Rest in This A two minute gift for you below.     Click HERE to watch the video if you are reading over email. Click HERE to watch at [...]

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fed by everything

Dana Moos Photography     The tea that tastes like that and the pause to stare at the leaves and love them as you walk out the door The long evenings of rest and laughter that stretch out time and make a bowl for the stars The celebrations that run overtime past your comfort with [...]

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i find hope here

*** Whatever it is Whatever it is it can change Whatever has gotten buried so deep in you it’s become your blood the only way you have ever known the only way you have ever been it can change. Whatever turns in your chest like a heavy stone whatever keeps you clutching your heart to [...]

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Rest in This

A two minute gift for you below. Something different than I’ve ever offered before here. I’m curious what you think.     Click HERE to watch the video if you are reading over email. Click HERE to watch at youtube. And below you’ll find the text of the poem that is read in the video. [...]

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My First Book

In the work that I do, my goal is never to add new knowledge or new capacities to you. You need nothing new. My goal is just to create spaces – through a piece of writing, through a class, through a retreat – that help you rediscover, reconnect to, remember what is within you.   [...]

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Holiday Poetry Book

    This is a big rite of passage for me. A stepping over the threshold.   It’s here: a book of my poems. A beautiful, hard copy book. Very soon, it will be up on Amazon.com, where you’ll be able to buy it. (I’ll let you know as soon as it’s up.)   The [...]

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A Poem: Turn Your Palm

Turn Your Palm   I invited you in to the mystery with an open hand. I invited you in to the lap of love. I walked you down a golden path and touched your eyelids when you slept.   Then I turned away and showed you a darker moon. You live in the land of [...]

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Solitude

You can learn to keep yourself company, but only by keeping yourself company —   Do you ask “how are you?” and listen like a deer deciphering a rustling in the leaves?   Do you say “take a walk with me, and let me show you the woods?”   Do you sing yourself a song? [...]

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