Landscape

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May 20, 2016
We have one day in Big Bend National Park. Color adorns the mountains and the badlands. What if I paint the Nonsenses colors suggested by the landscape?

The emotional landscape also provides space for dancing as well. I’m uneasy with John’s style of exploring in constant motion. I prefer making fewer stops for a longer, reflective experience. I realize  that I’m playing out an old story of being alone, being separate, needing to ignore my own needs to accommodate his. read more

Consistent

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May 19, 2016
I wake up in a hotel in elPaso, Texas. No, this is not a down and out cowgirl drama. Quite the opposite! This is a spiritual journeywoman’s triumph of focus on priorities of the heart!

This Nonsenses Immersion is now so important to me that I go to the trouble of having my paint, brush, paper, board packed in an accessible place that I can get it out and use it daily, well almost daily. I did not paint yesterday.

And, it has a deeper effect when I use the physical materials than simply imagining the colors. I grant myself that accommodation to my physical being. read more

Fan Mail

“You are AMAZING and I’m in awe at what you do– your REAL JOB!
But, I was amazed at you before– when you were home with your boys and teaching me– your other REAL JOB!!”
Love,
Angie

“Love hearing this, Regina!  Keep up your amazing self for you and the world.”

Ann Keeton
XOXO

These emails are from fans who read my newsletter revealing my claim that I have now transformed my Old Story that sharing my skills as nature interpreter and Radical Forgiveness coach are not my real job. They affirm my New Story:
When I show up as ME, everyone loves me!” read more

Adaptable

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May 17, 2016

Nonsenses Immersion is fun and enlivening for me as the liquid paint colors flow and blend on paper. Traveling in a car, however, motivates me to adapt the exercise with a more portable medium – colored pencils!

Ease

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May 16, 2016
Why does it matter to me so much that I feel balance and ease and beauty on the trail? I’m reading the blog of a woman hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. Her feet hurt. It’s hot. She thinks she has to walk further every day. She lost her first toenail and believes that just goes with the territory. Snakes. Poison oak. Poodle Dog Bush.
Her  writing is alluring because I keep wondering how much worse it can get. Cold. Dirt. Fog. And all of it is baneful, and somehow necessary for pushing through. read more

Accept

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May 13, 2016

Today, I accept myself being afraid to share HeartSingng Walk because my emails might bother someone. I accept myself being frustrated by an admin’s rule to not allow coaches to recruit clients in her Facebook group.

I am open that there is an opportunity for me to learn and grow.

My Nonsenses Immersion has sharp borders today. Oh! I just got something from that! I had started with a used painting that had a defined shape. When I applied red, I just went right along with that boundary! Just I like do in the group! It then defined the rest of the painting. read more

Growing Vision

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May 12, 2016

Nonsenses Immersion becomes my “safe place” as I procrastinate reaching out to my community. I am pondering how to make a transition from pert follower and insignificant participant in someone else’s Facebook group to popular, influential, authentically attractive leader of Regina’s HeartSinging Journeyers.

As Is

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May 11 , 2016

I got caught up in editing my developing salespage for HeartSingingWalk Community, squeezing my time for Nonsenses Immersion before walking to work at the Visitor Center. My last five days of this season start today!

I really wanted to do the color exercise because it reminds me of my wholeness and delights me! Even a few minutes with the rainbow of color feels good in my body. This painting was fun! Simple yet beautiful to me.

The message? Joy is good kust as it is!

Join me in Joy!
Let’s chat about YOUR joy! read more

Magic Itinerary Man

May 10, 2016

“If we can take a walk and then  be in a wifi phone spot at nine, that would be great.” I have a magic itinerary man. One of the troubles turned blessing that I’m receiving by allowing Forgivenesswalks to become real is to accept my partner’s passion for exploring. What if, instead of selling out on my business because I don’t have time to do the work, and it’s not something we do together, how about if I let him choose, design, mastermind our itinerary to support me creating connections with my mentors, clients, community? read more

Words

May 9, 2016

Today’s Nonsenses Immersion started with words. I was inspired to write words that expressed each of the Nonsenses on the blank paper, anticipating their respective colors. The words informed, energized, and balanced each of the colors as the dance unfolded. What surprised me was the appearance of that form! It was first a vague form, then seemed to need refinement – and feet! Feet are important for standing on the ground, on the Earth! This immersion speaks especially to me today about an invitation to express in words. That’s perfect for my focus on getting out an email to my list on May 10th! That’s the date that I’ve chosen to begin my 62 Days of preparation and community-building for HeartSinging Walk! It’s time for words! read more