The trouble with existential questions like, “Is there a God?” “Why am I here?” and “What is my purpose?” isn’t that they’re existential.
It’s that we expect answers and judge ourself for not having them.
Not all mysteries are meant to be solved, but accepted.
Knowing when to accept and when to continue seeking, requires wisdom.
I can walk beside you to listen, explore and show you ways to experience the existential.
And how intention, silence and observation of life and nature’s messages can be your medicine and guide.