The Cree word “takakkaw” translates as “magnificent” in English. “Magnificent” is one word that describes my night sleeping near the base of the Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park, British Columbia. Others are: “restorative”, “immersive”, “elemental”. On my autumn road trip through Alaska and the Canadian Rockies, this wasn’t my only numinous experience of feeling […]
Hi, I’m Annie Gyg, promoting personal wellness to save the world. By sharing my stories and thoughts from my plentiful collection of messages found in my mess-ups, and aha nuggets mined from my life challenges, my goal is to support readers aiming to actualize and love their real, unencumbered self. I believe personal wellness is foundational to collectively creating a sustainable, equitable global ecology. Authentic and unfettered individuals are best positioned to make a positive difference in a world desperately begging for change.
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