who i am today

Helen Titchen Beeth

Woman returning to the wild. Cunning linguist, mother of twins, evolutionary wooden-spoon wielder, host, harvester, apprentice homesteader, wannabe holon in the forthcoming collective buddha, holder of space for the emergent Aquarian age, self-mitigating carbon footprint …

4 Responses to who i am today

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  2. Hello Helen,
    I relate so deeply to the sentiments you share here. Thank you for articulating them so beautifully.
    I stumbled upon your site in search of a beautiful image of conversation. I wonder if I could use the photo of the circle of women candle holder in this presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/mholliday/humanity-40-draft-presentation.
    Warm wishes,
    Michelle
    P.S. I couldn’t find an email address to write to you directly. Please feel free to delete this comment, which wasn’t fully intended to be a public one.

  3. mika says:

    dear iyeshe
    It is with joy that I find your blog and getting to know your beautiful mission. I am one of the organizers of the World Wide Women Web, a day of ceremonies to honor the sacred feminine, on the 2nd of July. We love the vision that all the efforts and dreams of so many women all over the world are bundled during one specific day. After all, we are all working towards the same goal. We are leading the way towards a new era. Thank you for your work, Iyeshe. Please don’t hesitate to join our web: worldwidewomenweb.wordpress.com

  4. François says:

    hi Helen. Colleague from OP here. I wish I could share your optimism…I’m an AL and Aopl/Aoh practitionner myself, or at least trying to.
    More ressources available http://www.scoop.it/t/art-of-hosting and http://paper.li/Spock444/1318795551. Best regards,
    François

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