Greta

Greta Walch is a seeker who owns and teaches at The Whispering Cave. An intimate Yoga studio with a Salt Cave located in Wayzata Minnesota. Greta and her business partner Michelle Henkel are dedicated to lifting up the collective consciousness through authentic expression and word. Both women see and feel the hunger within society, particularly women, to be at home with their hearts and once coming home, to be free to sing. Greta guides souls home to themselves through yoga, meditation, connection and sound. She is humbled to offer her words and thoughts up to the Universe, hoping her journey can connect and inspire yours.

The Art of Listening

Listening is rapidly becoming a lost art. Arguably more important than speaking, the ability to authentically listen is a vital skill and an even more vital practice.  In order to perfect a skill, one must practice. How often each day do you practice listening? So many ways to do this. One can listen to sounds, …

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Where’s the Juice?

Where do you get your juice? No I don’t mean like fresh squeezed although delicious, I am talking about your energy, your spark, your pizazz, your juice. What feeds your creativity? Your soul? Your life’s work and purpose? Tragically a lot of us spend a great deal of time and energy trying to get our …

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Be the Change

It feels like we have been getting ready for change for a long time now. I can think back to the last women’s circle I helped facilitate in March of 2020, right before the proverbial shit hit the fan. We had questioned circling at all, and indeed, our number shrank as the news raged all …

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Let it Flow!

Flow. It’s really something we all can benefit from, maybe even something we all crave. To be in the flow, floating, carried, trusting the trajectory. Our world, our very beings, are comprised of energy and one of the main truths of energy is its constant motion. It must flow. Everything is always in motion, so …

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Persist!

Persist, it is the title of a new book written by Elizabeth Warren, a woman I respect for her courage and values. Also for her persistence.  This is a woman who has fought her way into leadership in a man’s world.  A woman who has been smacked down and derailed from her path.   Whose …

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Evolve! Naturally

“Look at me! I’m growing!” We have all heard this popular phrase. Often uttered in a self-deprecating manner when someone has tried something new or gotten past some hurdle. And it’s good. It’s good to grow, to try new things to step out of our comfort zones and ingrained patterns. The samskaras of the mind. …

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In-Between

Stuck in-between. Such an uncomfortable place to be. Stuck in-between an argument, an ideology, a social construct, commitments, personalities. Not an ideal place in-between. Back when I taught grade school those spaces were the hardest for children. What we educators called transition times. Moving from one space or activity to the next. These are the …

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The More the Merrier

If new moons herald new beginnings…this one holds amazing significance. Exactly one year ago what were you doing? Probably rushing around frantically trying to locate toilet paper and attempting not to touch…anything. All the while watching the emptying out of store shelves, feeling a deep sense of dread, to what would ultimately become our doom. …

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Simplify

There was a day, there was a dial, and it went click…and presto! Either what you were using worked, or it didn’t. I am fond of spouting this off when I am frustrated by today’s technologies and the myriad of things I have learned to navigate in the last 20 to 30 years.  Certain aspects …

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Get Messy

Let’s talk about mess. Ever heard someone say ‘I’ve made a mess of my life?’ They are talking about choices they have made which resulted in suffering or drama for themselves or others. Or…’What a mess!’ a phrase we use when things are not as we’d like them to be. Mess gets a bad rep. …

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