Category Archives: Women

Women Moving the Edge 10 – Power of Place

Another novelty about this 10th iteration that makes it feel as if we have entered a new cycle and are riding a new wave, is the way the gathering was called to a place by the place itself. From the … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge 10 – The power of our daughters

In the preparation of this gathering among the four of us who hosted it – Ria, Judy, Nina and myself – we were in constant conversation, clocking up no less than ten 90-minute conference calls. Our enquiry very soon focused … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge 10 – exploring radiance

Almost a week has passed since the end of our most recent gathering of Women Moving the Edge. I always find it hard to articulate what happened, but each time seems more magical than the last – and this time … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge – 10th gathering, in Belgium

Much to my delight and anticipation, we are gearing up for another gathering of Women Moving the Edge in Belgium, on March 11-14 2011. We will be holding it at Kasteel Nieuwenhoven, one of my favourite places at the moment. … Continue reading

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The evolution of knowing – Part 2: When knowing becomes whole…

The ideas that I wish to introduce here have been brought together in a manuscript – a work-in-progress – being stewarded into articulation on behalf of humanity by my sister-in-evolution Ria Baeck. For a good many years, Ria has taken … Continue reading

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Reflections on the feminine

(Extract from my Journal, 26 February 2010) Time has flown. I’m back to work on Monday, and ready for it. I’m just now reading the Return of the Feminine by Llewelyn Vaughn-Lee. And realising that I want to write about … Continue reading

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On holding space

Not long ago, Sarah Whitely rightly announced that the more subtle forms of hosting are now visible in the field. Holding space is a subtle art par excellence There’s a wonderful conversation taking place on the Art of Hosting mailing … Continue reading

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Conversations around Women Moving the Edge

Extracts from my journal, February 2010. Just before our last gathering of Women Moving the Edge, while we were preparing beforehand at Lisette’s house in Amsterdam, we sensed into some issues that I feel are archetypal to our time of … Continue reading

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Metamorphosis: Extracts from my journal – Part 5

Homing, returning to oneself (12 January 2010) I’m really feeling like today is the first day of the rest of my life. Yesterday, my doctor wrote me off sick until the end of February. This open vista has already had … Continue reading

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Metamorphosis: Extracts from my journal – Part 3

Life in the transition – juggling paradoxical filters (December 16) I am currently editing the notes of our most recent call in preparation for the 9th Women Moving the Edge gathering – to be held in the Netherlands in January. … Continue reading

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