Living My Myth; Discovering ‘Sleeping Beauty’ in the Woods

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I just returned from Loveland, Colorado, where I attended a week long workshop with Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés focused on ancient archetypes, particularly the Great Mother. The experience was incredibly intense, with days packed full of learning and connecting with wonderful people. Dr. Estés is an entity beyond words—a spiritual, knowledgeable, and insightful woman and I felt deeply honoured to …

Journaling

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As an artist and a published author from British Columbia, Canada, Mary Ann Burrows has seamlessly integrated creativity, well-being, and self-expression into a diverse body of work.

The Last Hurrah

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a living workbook for a happy ending In ‘The Last Hurrah,’ Mary Ann Burrows offers a groundbreaking guide to end-of-life planning unlike any other. From selecting cuisine and entertainment to crafting heartfelt obituaries and eulogies, this book is your passport to a creatively playful approach to bidding adieu. Discover unique ways of ash-scattering and challenge the norm with alternative perspectives …

one earth

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One Earth” is a poetic voyage through the natural world and the human condition, penned by Mary Ann Burrows. From the quiet wisdom of “Forest” to the reflective depths of “Ocean” and the resilience in “Wind,” each poem is a contemplative step into the essence of being. Burrows captures the spirit of existence in “I AM” and the soothing embrace …

Flower Pressing

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Bringing nature inside is a true delight, and pressing fresh flowers is just one of the ways I do it. I love using these delicate treasures on handmade cards and notes, slipping them inside books that I give as gifts, or donate to our community mini book library. The possibilities with dried flowers are endless!Oh, and let’s not forget these …

Conscious Start Book Shelf

Conscious Start Book Shelf

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I have been buying a lot of books lately for my brand new granddaughter, Frankie and I felt inspired to create a GRANDMA approved list for anyone else that is wanting to build a meaningful home library for their little ones with books that will show them the world, other families, different traditions, and beliefs, showing the next generation that …