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Jeri Birdsall
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I am a Mother and Wife, Healer and Singer who lives and breathes her life through the Intuitive/Energetic/Vibrational/Shamanic Healing Arts, Singer/Musician (Kirtan) and Shamanic Global Minister.
I am a Mother and Wife, Healer and Singer who lives and breathes her life through the Intuitive/Energetic/Vibrational/Shamanic Healing Arts, Singer/Musician (Kirtan) and Shamanic Global Minister.

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"Many years ago a very dear friend of mine looked into my eyes, held my hands and said to me at a very tender moment of personal breakdown, "You have all the time you need". I wept with tears of relief. No one had ever said that to me before and I've never forgotten it. I had felt nothing but the pressure of "not enough" in every way my entire life. It was hard to believe and even today I can doubt it but something healed in me in that moment that I am forever grateful for."
You Have All the Time You Need
You Have All the Time You Need
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You Have All the Time You Need
A year ago today I penned this piece for a FB post. It feels so timely (pun intended!) to share today. How do we move through time without fear and with grace? We BREATHE. Once a night owl, always a night owl but that only applies to waking and sleeping hou...
You Have All the Time You Need
You Have All the Time You Need
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When I'm 64...(the real Truth)
“Looking back, I’m awed by the way that embracing everything - from what I got right to what I got wrong - invites the grace of wholeness. When psychologist Florida Scott-Maxwell was eight-five, she wrote, “You need only claim the events of your life to mak...
When I'm 64...(the real Truth)
When I'm 64...(the real Truth)
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Dig Deeper!
We will rot away if we try to take a shortcut along the path to creating more space for something new and beautiful to emerge. When it’s Time, it’s do or die. It’s do AND die - the old layers that are asking to be cleared by our “doing” have already “died”....
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Just released! Now available for listening and download on Bandcamp!
May you find it useful for meditation, relaxation and quiet, prayerful moments in your life.

Be the Peace that You wish to See in the World
Om Shanti Shanti Shantih
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Happy birthday to my blog! Two years ago on the 8th of Oct this was my first blog post. My writing has been sporadic at best and it's been almost a year since I last wrote for it at all. But I'm always writing something, somewhere, or to someone every day. Often it just ends up in a draft file and that's ok. I write because I have to. Not because "I'm a writer" or because I need an audience but because writing helps me make sense out of life. I write publicly because I was afraid to write or speak up publicly. I had to move through the fear. That was the celebration for me of writing my first blog piece and I still celebrate that to this day. Interestingly my last post was about grief and even though it was triggered by political issues back then it was also very personal. Grief is pretty much where I was at this year on many subtle but deep levels. It was a year of turning deeply inward, of deep surrender, and acceptance...a death of the old ways, the old me, the dreams, the illusions, expectations. Even though I know re-birth is promised, I really wasn't sure if a new way or a rebirth was coming or not - it didn't feel possible anymore - and I had to be okay with what was and what is and be fully present to right now. The Rumi quote I opened my grief piece with turned out to be the truth for me - "Grief can be the garden of compassion. If you keep your heart open through everything, your pain can become your greatest ally in your life's search for love and wisdom." ~ Rumi. Indeed, my grief became my garden of compassion, my heart opened and my pain became my greatest ally. I'm rebirthing now and I will write again soon.🌹
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I love this! One of the best writings on meditation I've read in a long time. 
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Grieve
"Grief can be the garden of compassion. If you keep your heart open through everything, your pain can become your greatest ally in your life's search for love and wisdom." ~ Rumi For the first time ever, or that I can recall anyway, as I stare at the wilted...
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If not now, when?
I turned 60 on September 8th  and I've been celebrating since the 20th of August. Some of you followed this journey with me on my Facebook page and know that it began with a gift offered to me ~ a solo ocean retreat in a lovely, private condo on Longboat Ke...
If not now, when?
If not now, when?
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Make Peace with Yourself Today, in the intensity of this emotional Super Full Moon in Aquarius with its tense aspects to Saturn, I am feeling deep sadness. Underneath the layers of sadness (global and personal) are deep feelings of dis appointment in myself...
MamaBird's Musings ~ A Write of Passage
MamaBird's Musings ~ A Write of Passage
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