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March 31, 2020

Peace During Uncertain Times

Times are always uncertain, but we don’t always feel it. Sometimes we think we are in control, but that is an illusion of control. When we feel that things are uncertain, we don’t feel in control….and, in fact, this feeling is closer to reality. During these times, we are forced to live in faith as – Read More –

March 22, 2020


I’d like to say that I’ve learned from my process of publishing other books. Technically, I am more proficient and I have an internal recipe for how I want my books to look at feel. But my process to implement those things continues to be plagued by my relentless (and exhausting) pursuit of perfection. In – Read More –

February 10, 2020

New Podcast: Live Free with Selena Sage

I am excited to announce that I have launched a new podcast!! “Live Free with Selena Sage” is now live and available on all major podcasting platforms, including Apple, Google, and Spotify!! Please visit for direct links to your podcast platform of choice, or download the free Anchor app to leave me voice and – Read More –

January 2, 2020


During my hike yesterday, I was captivated by this small, clear pool of water. Because the water was calm and unagitated, I could see the rocks below very clearly. In the same way, when we are calm and still, we are able to see things clearly.  Every new year, I try to take a moment – Read More –

November 11, 2019


Spontaneous talk about the concept of “no-mind” as explored through my experience of fixing my sink here on the island :)

October 21, 2019


I’m inspired to share this video from my hike this past weekend, here in Santo Antao :) With all things, I hope that you are inspired to release all that does not serve you and keep moving! ;)   xo,

October 14, 2019


After taking a quick trip to the neighbor island for supplies, I was reminded of the importance of adventure. Doing new things can introduce you to new people and experiences and this is often very expansive. Because of a small decision I made to have a hammock on my balcony, I’ve been led to the – Read More –

October 7, 2019


I rarely cry, but just a few minutes ago, as I was doing my evening stretches, tears began to leak out of my eyes as I was flooded with immense gratitude for everything in my life. I was inspired to thank my ancestors (Grams, Momsie, and O’ma) and I felt their responses in certain phrases – Read More –

August 28, 2019


Recently, a kind reader of this website came across a quote that I posted in 2014. That quote, “Stand still. The trees ahead and the bush beside you are not lost,” was misattributed to Albert Einstein (the internet is not always a reliable place to source quotes!), so I thank Sara Wright for calling that – Read More –

August 13, 2019


When I first read this profound quote by Zen Master Huang Po, I thought it referred to the nature of the mind—if you start thinking of someone (or something), it can cause you to emotionally miss them (or it). Intrigued by this idea, I read some more of his work. Now, as I’m re-reading this – Read More –

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