Introducing myself and my journal: I believe in the night.

Jenna McDonald
Posted December 22, 2010 from United States

About Me: I am consistently and ever more increasingly humbled by this human experience.

I had a vision that played out between a river and mountain. I dreamt that I was part of a womens council and this council navigated in and out of the depths of the human soul to excavate the greatest meaning and well-being for the community. I dreamed the of the seemingly barren desert and the fecundity of the earth as she sings. I dreamed myself. And I knew I had a voice that was unknown to me still. I dreamt of indigenous elders and a great gathering. And all I can do now is pray, for the ability to live up to what is coming. To be the warmest, most honest and loving human being I can be. The details perish in light of my longing for unity and I am willing to give up any petty personal love story for the end of suffering for self and humanity. Which requires a great commitment to the deconditioning of this encultred mind-body.

But I know and feel the presence of divine masters, saints and sages walking before and after me, all around us an infathomable support for our living our highest dreams.

I love to work with children, the breath and yoga. Working the earth, gardening, and sustainable building of great importance in my life as well. It is my current lifes work to pull myself out of a family cycle of poverty and guide other women from lack to self-sufficiency. Because there is upon us a day when women will not just be the equal and opposite to men, but an essence in and of themselves, that drives all people to a more intimate experience of living. Attuned to the earth and the heart.

That is why I am here.

My Passions: Gardening/Growing/Creating, Art and Writing, Work with Children, Work int he Wilderness, Guiding, Breathwork and Yoga, Studying the Vedas and spiritual literature, Dance and Music

My Challenges: Emerging out of debt, Fearlessness in Using my Voice, Loving with an once of judgement...

My Vision for the Future: Gardens in all homes/villages, Respect for the earth and all her creatures, imitmacy in relating, Love acknowledged as the binding force of the universe, gentleness, non-violence with self and others, Enlightenment for all.

My Areas of Expertise: OG Gardening, Nature-based Work with children, Alternative/Experiential education, Breathwork, Yoga and Meditation.

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  • Sarvina Kang
    Dec 22, 2010
    Dec 22, 2010


    Nice to meet you on PulseWire! I am so moved and excited to read your brief indro. PulseWire is an amazing platform that we can know many women around the world, share and learn from one another.

    Thank you so much for joining in this community! I am looking to read your post more!

    Love, Sarvina

  • Jade Frank
    Dec 24, 2010
    Dec 24, 2010

    We are thrilled to have you as a new member in our thriving community of women who are lifting their voices in the name of empowerment and connecting across borders to make positive change for women everywhere!

    I encourage you to take a look at the PulseWire Getting Started Guide to learn how to dive into the community, begin sharing your voice, and connect with like-minded women worldwide.

    This is a safe space for women to share, connect, learn, support and grow in the empowerment process together.

    In friendship, Jade