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  1. Thank you so much for your words
  2. Ah, also amazing to think about the roots as the plant’s neural network, like a brain, sometimes miles deep in the earth, imagine the reverse, if that were going the other direction up in the sky, whoa! Their opposite world is so cool!
  3. Agghhh (sigh) Piglet. My least favorite character.. Great entry, as always. The flower perspective is interesting, I’ve always been a picker haha. I like to also think that the plant is seducing me into growing it for its lovely flowers, so it doesn’t mind offering them up as long as it gets to also make seeds so I can keep planting it.
  4. Beau (as my 2yr old daughter says). Thank you. Hanalei, Kauai, some day. Love Always, Your Cherry in NM.
  5. Dear Teal! I've been in anticipation of this blog for days! and never disappointed... I just recently visited Kauai, and while I'm certain each island has it's own vibe, I resonate so much with everything you wrote. From the intense and literal feeling of isolation, to the plants watching you...I totally realized the plant consciousness was aware of my presence. Also how dangerous the consequences can be if you're not aware of this exchange between human and plant consciousness. I commented before (something provoked me to edit out my comment, though...) how, on one hand, you're n
  6. Hey Mountain Girl, So good to read your blog. I miss it, as I realize it’s one of my favorite contributions you make. Teal, have you watched the amazon series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel?” You HAVE to at least check it out. Not only is it a fantastic production but the character Miriam Maisel reminds me of you SO MUCH. Just, see for yourself. You’ll Love it too. I think. Cherry in N.M.
  7. Thank You for this Wonderfully Magic post.
  8. Cherry

    Snow Moon

    This was very confusing until I realized it was a “throwback”
  9. Dear Teal, the Rose that grew from concrete, Damn, this was an eye opener, and also hard to hear. As a long time supporter and lover of you and your team, I create a dreamy impression of what life must be like with you all. I think sometimes how maybe there is an alternate universe where I am a part of your family and I totally help kick ass for the team, and we grow and transcend and are super healthy and happy together. Haha! I am glad I live in a small, quiet, secret paradise with my small family, but that's destiny. (I do see you all still living with these joyous qualities). Rem
  10. I STAND ON THE SIDE OF FEELING Wow, thank you so much for flawlessly verbalizing everything I've wanted to say in regards to this subject. A person in my family has been given the bi polar and mental illness label, and, I don't buy it. The medication just makes things weird, and the label seems like an excuse to continue behaving in ways that no longer serve anyone. My contribution is rarely received in a the way I intend it to, that it is an interesting and difficult time to come in, that this world is hard on sensitive spirits, that it's a good thing to not be like the rest! And I'm
  11. Beautiful. Hope to hear more on the parenting topic, my own personal expansion has been of most benefit for the new legacy I will pass on to my daughter, but anything in relationship to parenting/working with a baby/child, I'm all ears! Thank you, Eternally, Cherry
  12. Thank you for the new meditation, the recipe, and the inspiration! I sense a cookbook in the works (that would be so cool!!), and I really hope you use Lavender as your pen name!
  13. Omigawd. Men fall in love with you because you're freakin' beautiful and have an amazing presence. This is not your fault! It is each individual's responsibility to manage our own disjointed thinking! Great post, Teal, everything you wrote feels spot on. I love the saying, "Don't 'should' on yourself!" I also am reminded of the zen saying, "Before enlightenment, chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment, chop wood, carry water." Thank you for always keepin' it real. *With a little gained perspective I've totally realized how it takes time and consistency to get bette
  14. Congratulations! You're creating a big wave! You are revolutionary, and that is what is happening now, Revolution, these are the times, and we desperately need leaders speaking the big truth. So good for you, and the way I see it, is that these polarities are an indication of the result of someone really making a difference, and the more you're on one extreme end of the spectrum, the general rule seems to be the other end reacts as strongly. It comes with the territory, perhaps we won't see it smooth out in our lifetime, but we need to keep that ball rollin' for our future generations. I s
  15. Thank you, for this stimulating post...I'm on board, baby and all.
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