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I discovered substack over a year ago and initially continued my blog on it writing as I felt the call. But I haven’t written in sometime as I have just not felt any words welling up. But that is subject to change as always. I was so delighted when you moved to substack and your Hearth offering has kept my heart from being too amiss after the ending of Hagitude program. You continue to offer me such deep compost to grow and expand my own journey and understanding of self in relationship to, well, everything.
Good Evening Sharon Blackie, you may be aware of this show on Prime or maybe not - but I do want to share it with you. It's called the LOST FLOWERS. Sigourney Weaver is the the main character. A very powerful story about Women's Journeys. A book threads through it and its about the SELKIE. It's a beautiful and deeply painful tale. But well done. One I much can relate to. Thank you again for introducing me to the SELKIE Story in Hagitude. Many Blessings, LA @ Flying BRA
I’m new here and your newsletter is one of the first I’ve stumbled on. How exciting!!! I have a book series I’ve stopped working on because I couldn’t figure out if it was magical realism or fantasy, but after reading here I’m thinking it’s an enchanted series 💝 Also, when I click on the manage subscription it says you can’t do that in the app....hopefully that’s something that’s changing 🤷♀️
I've also been on Substack for a year and am ready to fully commit to this platform. It's a fabulous space to find like-minded friends, to read beautiful and intelligent words, and to develop my own writing. It's inspiring to hear your positivity and see the energy you put into making connections. Lots of good wishes to you for the future of your Substack, Sharon.
Wonderful. So glad you’re here.
When I checked your offering last year you were offering dream interpretation courses and such. Are you offering anything like this for this year? More course-related work.
I can imagine it is a bit of a relief to consolidate. For now, I know I’m happy to find a community here on Substack of which I consider you the founder! Writers I have come to know through you or through those you have introduced me to.
Thank you for all your shared words and wisdom. I’m looking forward to seeing your new use of the space.
Thanks for being so bubbly and excited;
Sounds like the stream beside your new home is gurgling through you to us. So wonderful that you can keep writing and inspiring our roots to deepen and connect at this time as we are all called to review our own ways of being and sharing with this world: a Clan of sorts..
I'm new to Substack and I completely agree with your assessment. This place is wonderful. It's been hard to find a platform online specifically geared towards nurturing writers, and Substack is that place.
I just discovered your work and I look forward to reading it.
I too have begun to move some of my work here. I’m so glad you’re leaning in over here more. I look forward to it all.
I also feel clarity at the solstices, I just wrote about this yesterday. My birthday is at the end-of-June, too. And so, this newsletter certainly resonates w/ me. I look forward to seeing more from you in this space - Substack is amazing. ♡
Sharon, I'm looking forward to seeing how your work evolves on Substack. Were you thinking that this would be a better use of your time or was it that this community is different - or perhaps both? I'm sitting in the question around how to be on Substack, read all the great writing, and keep writing here and elsewhere. Your thoughts?
so am I right in thinking that there will be no specific Hagitude membership after the course has finished, but it will be included in the substack membership?
Thank you very much Sharon, greetings from Poland
I'd love to upgrade to paid, Sharon, but until Substack offers a Paypal option, I can't. I never enter card details online - I've had way too many bad experiences over the years.