Setting down a new spiritual root in the Land We Are connects us to a powerful current of the present moment. The soil, air, and waters nourish the spirit into new growth and health. One begins to move in step with the local environment and finally notice the little miracles of bird song, atmosphere, plants and fauna. Each become invitations to participate in the unfolding rebirth of life around you.Read more "The Goddess Here"
Here is my humble contribution: the way you stand and breathe in this world. It is that simple and that complex.Read more "Land & Fae"
We offered up the dead to God as thanks for all our power.Read more "Remembering Sorrow"
When it came,the storm was an afterthought.We were long gone.The ‘scrapers claimed by climbersand moss and other green,and rust as well, becausewhen them winds howledthe groaning, empty boardroomsgave way to long-awaited ruin.It is the state of things.The old is ruins nowand vagabonds still pick whatever’sleft of yesterday’s metropolis.They sell that junk at market:a pound of […]Read more "Remaining"
I actually do respect Witchbody and the work that Sabrina Scott has attempted to do within its pages. It is a worthwhile read despite all these criticisms. But, perhaps, as the author suggests in the Introduction, let it find you mysteriously, rather than participating in the global economic system that destroys the environment it seeks to protect.Read more "Thinking With Witchbody"
TL;DR: The Phoenix in X-Men is about the cosmic and transcendent power of love required to heal trauma, and the films barely delve into that aspect of Jean Grey with any sort of realism or grace. For starters, I would like to make a disclaimer that I am not talking or reviewing the comic book […]Read more "Why Every Phoenix Film Has Been Trash & Wrong"
“I will call the waterAnd I will be the courseAnd I will call the rainI will call the rain“– Ayla Nereo, The Course A few of you know that I have been “spiritually rehabilitating” the new development I moved into. I have great news to report! 😀 First, though, what is it exactly that I’ve […]Read more "Be the Course"