The twelve days of Christmas.

I thought to say Happy Christmas and to spread some lovely horsey gems, I would share some excerpts from Carolyn Resnick’s book Naked liberty and some quotes from her.

There will be one each day, starting on the 12th for 12 days look out for the last one on the 24th Before new year there will be a draw.

To win you need to comment ( not just like) on any post, the more you comment the more chances to win!

The person drawn will receive a free place on any of my Introduction to the Waterhole Rituals days next year. We look forward to your comments. Merry Christmas.

On the 4th day of Christmas4-calling-birds

There are two worlds Spiritual and functional. Understanding both brings an ability to create a meeting ground to establish leadership through teamwork.

From – Naked Liberty

2 thoughts on “The twelve days of Christmas.

  1. I’m struggling with feeling ‘rightness’ with this quote.. it seems to be saying they are two ‘seperate’ worlds and I have a belief that it’s possible for the spiritual to be part of all function and actually to ‘inform’ and guide everything. For me there seems indeed to be an apparent ‘split’ between spiritual and function(al) but I feel drawn to remove that ‘split’ in my life. For me this is about Presence, I guess, and how to take action in a state of Presence and not going off into lala land (disembodied states of ‘spiritual) instead.. And oh my Word this is not easy for me because it’s so easy to dissociate instead!

  2. now I’ve got my first bit ‘off my chest’ I’ve re-read the quote again and see that she is not saying what I feared she was saying.. am much more at ease now, as i can see ‘understanding’ what she calls those ‘worlds’ does not mean she actually says that’s ideal to have them as two (seperate) worlds, and what I now see her as saying is that meeting-ground is to be sought… and I’m guessing it’s a bit like Rumi.. (“out beyond ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing there is a field.. I’ll meet you there”) in other words something New comes when one is neither in ‘one’ nor the ‘other’ but is in neither or both (a place of meeting?)

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