Articles by Harriet
When I retired from the public service sector, seeking to operate The Wright Resort on a full-time basis, I faced a steep learning curve through unfamiliar terrain; sales, marketing, social media, networking and revenue generation. New terminology, new technologies and new relationships characterized my entry into solo-entrepreneurship.
January 2018 marked 10 years in business full-time, as Director of The Wright Resort, a BodyMindSpirit Wellness Center, dedicated to Social Consciousness and Feminine Leadership to evolve people and the planet. I’m helping creative women career professionals and solo-preneurs use their talents, gifts and skills to fulfill their Soul’s Calling, step into their power and prosper doing what they most love as leaders to transform businesses, workplaces, communities and the world. BodyMindSpirit self-care practices with spiritual activism and conscious action tools are being utilized to support mature women to be and confidently become the change they seek, within themselves and the world. In doing so, they co-create a new paradigm of feminine power and conscious social change.read more
Despite the unpredictable dramatically changing weather, Spring still remains my favorite time of the year. I love the signs of new life in the fresh buds and fragrant blossoms. I feel the energy of rebirth and renewal that characterizes the season. I celebrate my birth to earth day, April 6, all month!
- What excites you about this season?
- How are you celebrating this time of renewal?
- What are you allowing to be birthed or re-birthed through you?
I’m proud to come from a long lineage of powerful African and African American women trailblazers, movers and shakers, those who have defied the odds, broken the barriers and raised the bar of excellence in every field of endeavor! I’m not only standing on the shoulders of these women but standing shoulder to shoulder with many of them!read more
For many years I’ve innately understood that the divine feminine power of women; that is women expressing our true nature of birthing, tending, nurturing, cultivating and co-creating is essential to heal the planet.
Now, I embrace this truth even more fervently.
With breakdowns in every sector of society, discord at the highest levels of governance, dysfunction within many of our institutions and systems that are no longer viable; are we choosing exploitation or emancipation? extinction or evolution?
Radical transformation is required to emancipate people and evolve our world. New paradigms of leadership, engagement and community are called for.read more
The 2018 Oakland Women’s Rally and March was beautiful, inspiring and energizing! It represented a renewed commitment to women’s rights; voting, specifically getting progressive women elected at the local, state and national level; economic equity and environmental justice.read more
New Year Blessings!
There’s no question that we want a different and better 2018; be it in health, relationships, livelihood, finances, contribution, world affairs, or…? I definitely feel the potent energy for dynamic, meaningful social change now, founded on and fueled by the inner revolution.
Do you sense a major shift happening or about to happen?read more
This past year has been particularly challenging for many of us. We’ve encountered unprecedented political mayhem, intensified weather patterns, heartbreaking losses and more. Very few of us have come through this year unscathed. We’ve struggled, endured, risked, and also triumphed.
– What have you to celebrate?read more
The holiday season can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster ride from anxiety to exuberance to depression, all within a matter of weeks. Attitudes change as temperatures drop and colder weather sets in. In North America while we may experience an abundant harvest time, nature is actually slowing down and animals are preparing to hibernate. Yet many people are caught in a consumption frenzy, rushing through shopping malls, overwhelming themselves physically and financially.read more
Quickly moving into the holiday season, I’ve been pondering the true meaning of Thanksgiving and why its celebrated. Like many of you, I look forward to fellowship and feasting with family and friends. This is peak travel season and merchandisers have been preparing for Black Friday. Yet for some, it’s a season of sadness with more people departing this life, some people feeling alienated from family, plus the stress of daily mainstream news and advertising blasts.
Thanksgiving originated as a harvest festival. The “First Thanksgiving” was celebrated by the Pilgrims after their first harvest in the New World in October 1621. The Pilgrims invited local Native Americans who contributed to the harvest feast which lasted for three days. For about 50 years the Pilgrims and Wampanoag, a local tribe, lived relatively harmoniously.read more
In recent weeks I’ve been reflecting on the good, bad and ugly of 2017. Given the acceleration and intensity of challenging changes within and around us, it’s essential to ground and center myself in truth. This means to demonstrate who I truly am, what I firmly believe and how I honestly feel. Thus, I take conscious action in alignment with my vision and values, to change what’s not working, that which no longer serves or supports me, or the world.
In challenge and crisis is opportunity and possibility, and most of all choice. You can choose to focus on what you deem wrong, complain and blame someone or something else for the state that you’re in. You can choose to let the challenges overwhelm and paralyze you, believing you’re powerless. Or, you can choose to take conscious action in partnership or collaboration with others committed to be the change they want to see and live, in this lifetime.read more