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Heather Taylor-Zimmerman

Heather makes her home among the tall trees and deep water of the Puget Sound in Washington state. Surrounded by mountains, lakes, and rivers, she resides on the shore of an inlet by a green cove and and a natural spring. Her love of nature is rooted in the surrounding forest, branching into the creation of a nearby nature and creativity retreat center called Beloved. A magical place where art and nature converge in creative wonder and service to the world, this land is where Heather learned to enter the natural world like a painting or the alchemist's Great Work of Art. In deep appreciation and collaboration with the natural world as an embodiment of the anima mundi or world soul, Heather works (and plays) at Beloved to remember curriculum that reflects humanity's capacity to create art and create themselves in the soul's image.


At Beloved we are reminded to be love and that we are loved, echoing Jung's concluding realization in in his biography Memories, Dreams, Reflections that while "no words express the whole . . . Love 'bears all things' and 'endures all thing,' (1 Cor. 13: 17), adding "These words say all there is to be said; nothing can be added to them. For we are in the deepest sense the victims and the instruments of cosmogonic 'love.'" Speaking of "something superior to the individual," Jung called this a "unified and undivided whole." This wholeness reflects the center and purpose of our journey--a healing journey that has led Heather through cancer over the last year and a half.

Tel: 360.359.1522

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