It was a bit wrenching to leave the studio last week, knowing that it will be a full month until I see it again. I feel a deep love and gratitude for Be Space as a container for authentic expression; and being away while it is just an infant is a poignant separation.
Here at Esalen there are many containers for art and expression. I am discovering what these can look like for others and how it is that we humans create safe and beautiful places for ourselves to bloom.
I know that Be Space will be well-fed by my time away, and I will be happy to return in November to help it (and me) continue to unfold.