Happy Lùnastal and Full Moon lunar eclipse at the mid-Aquarius power gate. I've already written a bit about some of the Heartistry-inviting Energies (and themes) of Now, so I'll share a few things that surfaced intuitively this morning as I... Continue Reading →
Here's a lovely song with potent lyrics from PhoeniX-Generation's Eddie Vedder, from the film, Into the Wild. Speaking of Muses and Muse-food, here's another Muse-stirring piece from the Sophia's Children archives: Fresh Beginnings: Who's Your Muse? Enjoy. Big Love, Jamie... Continue Reading →
"Imaginal hygiene is the inner art of self-managing the imagination, to defend it from forces that compromise, pollute, colonize, shrink, and sterilize it, and to cultivate those that illuminate, expand, and nourish it." ~ M. T. Xen, by way of... Continue Reading →
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It's no secret now that we're at a bit of a craggy crossroads, we humans? It seems that Life herself is more urgently stirring up the recollection, resurrection, and/or Phoenixing of whole areas of innate and indigenous-soul genius that were... Continue Reading →
"Every creative person is a duality or a synthesis of contradictory aptitudes. On the one side he is a human being with a personal life, while on the other side he is an impersonal, creative process." "The archetypal image of... Continue Reading →
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I’ve received a request to re-feature a Muse-stirring article from the Sophia’s Children treasure vaults, so here it is …
New Beginnings and The Muse …
Big Love (and Lovely Musings),
Minerva and the Muses, c. 1640-45, by Jacques Stella. In the Musée du Louvre, Paris. Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia.
Happy New Beginnings.
New Solar Year. New Lunar Year. New Moon. New vision. New beginnings. New adventures. New mindset.
Any time we begin anew —or want (or need) to stir new inspiration and meaning into what’s already underway — it’s a fine time to invoke our Muses.
From time immemorial, we have invoked the Muses, or spent our time waiting and praying for The Muse’s visit.
Poets, bards, master craftsmen, magicians, priestesses, and visionaries alike credited the Muses for fanning the fires of vision, imagination, dream, and creativity, and for whispering the inspired words (or notes, or images, or ideas) that would find their way into expression.
The Greeks told of Nine Muse Goddesses, and our ancient ancestors in other cultures and traditions told of and invoked…
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New Solar Year. New Lunar Year. New Moon. New vision. New beginnings. New adventures. New mindset. Any time we begin anew -- or want (or need) to stir new inspiration and meaning into what's already underway -- it's a fine time to invoke our Muses. This Sophia's Children article explores the tradition of the Muses of Inspiration, and how we might connect with our own Muse ... or Muse Posse! You'll even find clues about how to spot the Muses in your astrology chart (which itself is a clue-map from a long-running wisdom tradition!).