Being with Majo

I have felt for quite a while now that, after all I have been learning up in Appalachia through the last many months, there should be some way that I can offer the fruits of these learnings to other people.

I no longer work as a psychologist or a management consultant. I pretty much no longer “do” anything: I listen to Spirit – and do what Spirit tells me to do in the moment.

It’s much more accurate actually to simply say that I “be”.

Below is a link to a video where I describe this current offering to people: I call it “Being with Majo”.

Since much of what I offer to people in this way will involve movement – even on a zoom call long distance – I am also posting my Spotify top 100 songs for the last year and the very fun multimedia video I received from Spotify that reads out what my year in music had been like.

If all of this leaves you with questions about who am I, this same blog is loaded with videos and writing that will give you ideas about that.

It will all be done on a donation basis, so that this can be available to people who don’t have much money. After the dust has settled, you try to assess what has been the value for you and your life – then you drop me a tip.

We can do this “work” long distance through zoom or FaceTime or whatever. You can be moving in your place and me in mine.

But I keep coming back to the notion that nothing beats face-to-face: being in each other’s presence, feeling each other’s energy, seeing each other’s faces and all that great nonverbal communication.

So if, after one or more zoom calls, you want to come out here to the mountains of North Carolina for a two-hour session or a week, check the weather and then come on out. We will find you a good place to stay.

As they say out here in the mountains, “Y’all


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These days all of my identities are converging: whether I am offering a blessing in the grocery store checkout line, offering a prayer in a poem or experiencing the kinship with all life while walking my or a client's dog - it's all the same. It's all Life.

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