The core goal of Margaret's work is to assist both individuals and communities in their intrinsic, ongoing search for wholeness.
Shamanic tradition believes that we are all one. This means that whether we are humans, animals, fish, birds, plants, trees – all species of life – we all stand equally in the large circle of life. We are all interdependent upon each other. Just like the delicate spider web, if one segment of the web is threatened the other segments react or respond.
Within this context, Margaret's work consists of encouraging individuals to step into a New Story. She believes that we must reconnect and build a story that will tread more softly upon Mother Earth and that only by being heart-centered can we truly heal.
In all aspects of her work Margaret provides meditations and shamanic journeying to assist with her teachings. Each meditation provides a mystical doorway where participants may travel to a world that becomes enlivened with a sense of beauty. This mystical path to nature and to the sacred then becomes the foundation of re-connection.
The Way We Were is a collection of short stories about what it was like living on a farm from 1939 to the 1950s. Imagine a world with no hydro, no internet or social media, no indoor plumbing, and no central heating. It was, however, about to change. These changes would reflect hardship and struggle, but also laughter and celebration. A true testament to our ancestors who helped shape who we are today. Welcome to a glimpse of the way we were!