Corona-Inspired Empath Myth-Tip #2

  As folks, particularly those in the metaphysically-minded marketplace, try to help others make sense of the current state of the world and find some meaning (read market), there is one one myth that keeps resurfacing like herpes. Like the other gift that keeps on giving, it can cause great unseen harm and reinforces fears... Continue Reading →

The Grief You are Feeling

Photo by Kat Jayne on Pexels.com The grief we are feeling is not the private sort. That exists but this is not it. What we are feeling is a shared grief; felt across continents, cultures, and for some, time. It's resonance has always been there. However, now, with less to filter it through your busy... Continue Reading →

What If You Knew

What would change for you if you knew that a God, The God, all the Gods, wanted nothing more than a relationship with you? What if you knew they do not require worship or for you to follow the rules others have set forward as your way to access the truth of their Being, of... Continue Reading →

On Hope and Harm

  A few days ago I posted this on the PlaceofFace: Hope, faith, justice, freedom and love do not require the disparaging of or denial another. In fact, they are the antithesis of it. Can you be in hope, have faith, share justice and freedom and love without harming another? The responses included: Hard to... Continue Reading →

Baraka

Are you First Nations? Our memory is a more perfect world than the universe: it gives back life to those who no longer exist.  ~ Guy de Maupassant Although there are a few experiences I've written about, I don't share much of my work related to indigenous peoples publicly. They include my initial relationship with the... Continue Reading →

Being a Jesus Freak

How a non-believer moves as the man, not the myth “Mythology is not a lie, mythology is poetry, it is metaphorical. It has been well said that mythology is the penultimate truth--penultimate because the ultimate cannot be put into words. It is beyond words. Beyond images, beyond that bounding rim of the Buddhist Wheel of... Continue Reading →

Telling the Holiness

"This is not a journey for the feet; the feet bring us only from land to land; nor need you think of coach or ship to carry you away; all this order of things you must set aside and refuse to see: you must close the eyes and call instead upon another vision which is... Continue Reading →

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