Monthly Archives: February 2014

Touched by an Angel

As I sat cradling her head while she wept lamenting a part of her life that was ending, a gentle voice whispered in my ear as it has done so many times.  “Tell her how strong she is, share with … Continue reading

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Because: Resistance

I had a conversation with resistance today…when I sat down to write, I felt blank, there was nothing there that pertained to the story so I switched notebooks and wrote in my morning pages.  Nothing much there either.  As I … Continue reading

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Deer Medicine: Gentleness and Innocence

I got up this morning fully intending to write my Valentines Day piece about self-love. When I let Doodles outside, a single deer jumped out of the cedars.  I had startled her by opening the door and she ran toward … Continue reading

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Forging New Paths

I had a brain reboot this morning.  No, I didn’t do anything noteworthy, no epoch-making moments.  I wasn’t in meditation, I wasn’t chanting or doing yoga, I wasn’t in deep communion with aliens… I simply made a different choice and … Continue reading

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Winter Sowing

This Imbolc, we honor Brigid by welcoming spring even if the groundhog does not comply!  Imbolc traditionally marks the beginning of Spring, as it is the halfway mark between Yule and Ostara (the Spring Equinox). Our favorite Imbolc ritual is … Continue reading

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In Joyful Memory of Jack

I feel you running through the fields of my consciousness, joyful and free.  Released from the pain and suffering of incarnation.  My heart longs to run with you yet the roots of my existence are still strong and vibrant.  Let … Continue reading

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