Are You a Spiritual Leader, Healer, Artist or Changemaker?

Do You Have a Message of Hope and Healing that Needs to Reach More People?

If so, you can join in on an adventure of a lifetime to experience huge transformations in your life and business, while exploding your message out to those who need you.

Lobsterbird is guiding the next generation of leaders to level up in their businesses and heal their lives. In fact, she wrote the bestselling book on it!

Lobsterbird leads pilgrimages all over the globe. Each pilgrimage is a rare opportunity to explore sacred sites, temples, ruins, rivers/seas, local villages and cultures. Also included is the internal journey to the core of your being where you discover who you came here to be and what’s standing in the way of you and your Soul Mission. The journey is life-changing.
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The next pilgrimage is headed to Bali, the Island of the Gods. The sacred land offers smiling people whose lives are an expression of love and gratitude. There is so much to learn in this spiritual place.
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And there’s a BONUS on this pilgrimage!

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Exploring the Real Reason for the Season and Giving Presence (even when Resources Feel Low)

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Judith Brown Meyers auspicious Bird

Most gulls don’t bother to learn more than the simplest facts of flight—how to get from shore to food and back again. For most gulls, it is not flying that matters, but eating. For this gull, though, it was not eating that mattered, but flight. More than anything else, Jonathan Livingston Seagull loved to fly.

This kind of thinking, he found, is not the way to make one’s self popular with other birds. Even his parents were dismayed as Jonathan spent whole days alone, making hundreds of low-level glides, experimenting.

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Abiding is an in-between experience. Because of that, it gets less attention. It’s not a peak event such as arriving or departing or even an intentional action such as accumulating or releasing. Lacking an obvious drama to pull you in, it is easy to miss or ignore or avoid.

But if you do place your attention on the liminal, allowing yourself to feel the threshold-space of richness of neither here nor there, you discover that this is where the magic happens. It’s when things start to cook.

A good yoga brew is made of the universal elements of heat and exertion, breath, sweaty muscles, and strong bones. In life, these same ingredients show up as tears and love, anger and fear, hope and confusion, sometimes nausea, sometimes heartbreak, sometimes joy.

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