Tag Archive: women poets

Change Your Story (and my new painting from PRISM, Denmark

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Change your story Change your life Change your life Change your worldview Change your worldview Change your community Change your community Change the future Changing your mind Changes everything Shiloh Sophia Share on… Continue reading

What if I am just a regular person?

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That’s just me. What if I am just a regular person? And I don’t want to soar and strive. Everyone keeps saying GO GO GO and my heart and mind keep saying NO… Continue reading

Tender Path: You can't get this wrong

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Tender Path My darling one, What if there is no ‘supposed to’? No prescribed destiny or arrival. There is no right or wrong way to turn. What if you can’t get this wrong?… Continue reading

E=mc2: Having Tea with Einstein

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Having Tea With Einstein   We were having tea When you noticed the equation tattoo on my forearm: E=mc2 You smiled but didn’t let on. Pausing, you asked what equation I was currently… Continue reading

Cages of Our Own Making

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Cages of Our Own Making   I let myself out of my cage. I saw the door for the first time and I just stepped out. It was so easy! It’s so beautiful… Continue reading

Shiloh Sophia talks about Quantum Creativity

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Rage Against Mediocrity + Livestream Your Dreams on Saturday‏

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The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you. don’t go back to sleep. You must ask for what you really want. Don’t go back to sleep. People are going back and forth… Continue reading

The Festival of the Open Heart – My First Poem of 2014

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The Festival of the Open Heart Look, there is a festival happening! We are gathering in the streets to be in the space of what excites us! Stop trying to save yourself and… Continue reading

Fear Less Love More

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FEAR LESS LOVE MORE DOUBT LESS DREAM MORE CYNIC LESS HOPE MORE SLEEP LESS CREATE MORE PLAN LESS EXPRESS MORE JUDGE LESS LAUGH MORE GOSSIP LESS LISTEN MORE SPEND LESS MAKE MORE CONTROL… Continue reading

Enough

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You think You are not enough And so that what you do Is never enough. I think the story “I am not enough” Is a lie. And I am wondering why we, intelligent… Continue reading