Monthly Archives: December 2011

Embrace Your Darkness…

December 30, 2011 I embrace my sacrum, that blessed and sacred triangular bone that floats at the base of my spine. On its tireless quest to seek balance it informs me in its own sacred language when I veer too … Continue reading

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A New Resolve…

December 29, 2011 My dream: I was standing, leaning against the counter and Bob was across from me. Between us, sitting on the floor was a mutual friend of ours. This friend looked up to me, eyes expectant and said … Continue reading

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Podcast

Sorry to those who tried unsuccessfully to reach our new podcast from the last post. I was working out some details and now have found a home for the link in the right sidebar. Enjoy and please feel free to … Continue reading

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Chop Wood, Carry Water

Before enlightenment, chop wood, carry water After enlightenment, chop wood, carry water. This Zen saying says a lot. I originally interpreted it as life goes on. Just because you attain enlightenment doesn’t mean that you don’t have to tend to … Continue reading

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Blessed Solstice

On this important night, let us all remember our power, our light and the amazing connection we have to everything and everyone.  Allow your hearts to rest in the Mother’s womb to be reborn into Wholeness.  The journey is not … Continue reading

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