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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Shakori Healing

 Shakori Hills Grassroots Music Festival aka: Spiritual healing
 I'm back home after a week in the woods in Silk Hope, hanging out with some of the most outrageous, kind, gentle, loving and creative people on the planet.
 My little home for the past week
 Family with me. Great music, good food, wonderful conversations, new friends, old friends
 Healing..... I had a chiropractic session the last day and I feel like a new person. I never knew my back and neck could crack in so many strange and wonderful ways
 My morning walk for chai and burrito wraps

 Nice to have old friends show up, Susan and Tim came around and brought sunshine and fairies with them..... and beer!
 Great crowds, lots of sunshine, cool dewy mornings, warn afternoons, cold nights, one night of rain that brought lots of mud for Saturday, Mother Nature brought it all

I have lots of pictures, so many stories, lots of drama, and many warm memories. Much introspection this past week....

I appreciate all of you that have emailed me with concern over my current state of mind, or lack there of. Yes, I went on a bender, so to speak. I am still so frustrated with the ways of the world right now, but I have found a place to put all of that, so that I can deal with it in a more peaceful way.
My pal Susan brought her tarot cards over on the last day of Shakori and read my cards. Much affirmation of what I have already seen happening with my work, where I am, where I want to be. Lots to think about.

 Shakori is a healing place and I feel so inspired, so hopeful for our younger generations, so proud of so many of our older generations and just happy to be awake this morning with so much promise of things to come

Peace ya'll.
more stories and pics to come.....

ps: our smart meter was replaced yesterday with an old school analog meter, one small victory for the little people :)

19 comments:

Susan Wells said...

Yah. Temperance. Alchemy. Creating some thing out of NO thing. Balancing reconfiguring. That's what creatives are designed for. Our task is to reinvent our world. Thank Heavens!!

Tracey Broome said...

and I like the way she is dipping her toes in the water, haha!
Thanks for pulling that card!!!!!! many lessons

oldgreymare said...

breathe my dear..... just....... breathe
I've been experiencing a lot of blood pressure raising struggles lately and then I remember o just breathe....it is helping some....
so does wine
so would a hammer to the hood of their car..
hmmmmmm
more spiritual healing perhaps?

Tracey Broome said...

I found local breweries that had festival tents at Shakori did me a lot of good, haha! And a neck crack, some warm sunshine, and a lot of stoned, happy people, lol
Xo
Breathing is good too

Tracey Broome said...

Ps:
Of course whacking a hammer on a car sounds mighty good for some I know :)

Kings Creek Pottery said...

That event/show looks awesome! What a great place to be with nature and get nurtured by good people with positive energy...which you needed...I could use a little too ;) Glad you feel you are turning a corner.
xo

Dennis Allen said...

So, you went to camp and a sale broke out? Looks like a good time. And.. no smart meter hanging on the tent!

cookingwithgas said...

I could use a good cracking! Lucky you.
I am so mind numb right now I am finding it hard to finish a good thought.

Michèle Hastings said...

Looks like a great time. I wish I could go there RIGHT now!

June Perry said...

I sure would love one of those massages!

Sandy miller said...

Way better weekend than I had! Maybe next year :)
Beer always brings out the fairies here :)

Blessings be Tracey!

Happy dance on that analog meter!!

Tracey Broome said...

Thanks all of you! Wish we could have a show like this where all the blogger artists could come together, wouldn't that be amazing?!

Laura Farrow said...

hate I missed the hanging out, the beer, the music... looks so relaxing and wonderful. maybe next year! yeah, that Susan Wells sure can pick a card, no? xo

Tracey Broome said...

Lauraaaaaa, we missed you so much! At least we got to see Bob, but not even much of him. Yes next time, maybe this fall?!

Trish said...

I am happy you are refreshed and renewed...:)...T.

Tracey Broome said...

Hey Trish, thanks, definitely feeling good right now!

Amy said...

sounds like a simply wonderful week! so happy for you. and yeah--- that the smart meter at your address is no longer. a BIG win.

cindy shake said...

Ahhh the life of a Hippy! Girl, you need to come to ALASKA for our Girdwood Forest Fair!! They even look similar only we still have snow on the ground and all that GREEN looks oh so lovely :) xo http://www.girdwoodforestfair.com

Tracey Broome said...

Very wonderful weekend, yay! no smart meter, YAY! for hippies!!! yes I would love to come to Alaska.... one day.....