Author: Jessica Hadari
I have been thinking a lot about the sacred of the mundane a lot these past few weeks. And then I saw this...
This excerpt was taken by some writing that my gals at Spiral Muse wrote recently:
"We're Asking Ourselves: Could ordinary life itself be the most sacred journey of all? Can mundane existence yield a magical inner dimension that's normally hidden? Perhaps our hearths are really divine lungs for the sacred to breathe..."
The practices of being present and being accountable, which are the foci of my circles for the first few months, are often very mundane. They feel different and more ordinary than the practices of being clear and powerful. Yet power piled upon, or combined with anything other that presence and accountability becomes thwarted and un-sustainable.
If we take in being present and being accountable as core values, the magic that is possible is far grander, more surreal and more impact-full when founded on the platform of presence and responsibility.
Wielding power from a stance of "I am the master of my life" with appreciation for what is so and for what will serve the moment (being present) and an understanding that nothing is done to me, that I call the shots in my life (accountability)...
Jessica Hadari is the founder of the Miracle Salon and the FEM Talks Alliance of Women Leaders, Educators & Healers.
Passionate about the "self-blossoming woman", for 15 years she has been privileged to lead countless women’s circles. Her greatest love? Watching women transform in the arenas of relationships, divine path and spiritual growth.
Each month she produces the Miracle Salon, a celebrated woman's wisdom networking event, as well as Women's Wisdom & Prayer Circles. Jessica immensely enjoys producing and collaborating around any women's event centered on emotional freedom.
She's a mother, writer, artist, hospice caregiver, master yoga teacher, holistic health practitioner, officiant, unconditional friend and voice of accountability in her Bay Area women’s communities.