Self Segregation and Subjugation of Other

For eons, we have sliced, diced and otherwise organized ourselves and the world in attempts to understand the same. We've adopted parlance, accepted philosophies, and constructed ways to structure our individual nature, each other and the systems around us. Human, self, ego, soul. Super-human, super ego, over soul, higher or deeper self. Personality, intellect, intuition;... Continue Reading →

How Do You Know Where You Are Going?

“Go now, and wander For the welfare of many, out of compassion For the world.” ~Gautama Buddha Sometimes I'm given street signs or maps during visions and know with precision where I'm going. Maybe not always how I'm going to get there, when, why or for whom but I know where. My first directional vision... Continue Reading →

Blessed Dark and Holy

"When I run after what I think I want,  my days are a furnace of stress and anxiety; if I sit in my own place of patience, what I need flows to me, and without pain.  From this I understand that  what I want also wants me, is looking for me and attracting me. There... Continue Reading →

The Industrialization of Shamanism

"From ancient times down to the present, there is found among various peoples a certain perception of that hidden power which hovers over the course of things and over the events of human history." --Nostra Aetate, Second Vatican Council "Truth is not a reward for good behaviour, nor a prize for passing some tests. It... Continue Reading →

Thistle and Thyme

Passages of thistle and thyme lead us to where time or we forgot. In the breadth of a scent, a moment of breath. To remember, to be breathed through into the Presence here now.

Throwing the Light of The Lord Around

The Transference of the Holy Spirit or Horse Shit Last week a friend shared this video on her Facebook page. I'm not sure the original source. After clicking through to trace it, I ended up giving up.  Whoever you are, thank you for the thought fodder (or folly). As best I can offer in words, this... Continue Reading →

Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect

Perfection of appearance, perhaps? "Why don't you share your spiritual practice with us?" "I don't have a spiritual practice." "What do you mean?" "Just that." "That's confusing. Why not?" "Why do you practice? Is it like learning the piano? What are you trying to perfect?" "Well, connection with God and the universe and ...." (it... Continue Reading →

Culture Clashing

The familiar life horizon has been outgrown; the concepts, ideals, and emotional patterns no longer fit; the time for the passing of a threshold is at hand. – Joseph Campbell A personal experience connected to the universal one of desire for community, the dangers of secrets, and bridging the past and present with something resembling... Continue Reading →

Gently Waking to a Spring Homecoming

Some things can't be denied. Won't be for long. They have the capacity to wait for us to arrive to the space where they've been all along.   When still water rises to meet me And the sun lays its hands on my back, It's easy to dismiss the gentle sounds of homecoming. But when rising sap... Continue Reading →

Money Matters

Today, no matter what it takes, we ride home together.  ~ Brian Andres It really does. When we live in a state of poverty, we are imprisoned by the limitations of need. Health, food and shelter provide feelings of safety. Safety allows us to feel vulnerable, creates the capacity to feel hope and share that with... Continue Reading →

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