Creating clarity is detangling and de-cluttering until we can see what is actually there. The tools of clarity are noticing, truth telling, choosing and letting go. Clarity gives us the distilled essence of something.
There is something out of the expected and the ordinary that wants to be revealed which I call magic. This cannot be grasped through demand or the effort to control. The process toward magic is through holding a space and allowing for it to come. The practice is of trust and presence, of centering and flow.