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‘Sacred Scrabble’ and Crazy, Holy Grace

Yes, crazy, holy Grace. Like crazy, wild Wisdom; or radical presence; or holy listening -- like a weird-in-a-good-way kind of Sacred Scrabble game that beckons us into a full-sensory exploration, adventure, and living-into of the Words. My kind of words... Continue Reading →

Feline Wisdom: “How did you learn to be so still?”

“I have had many Zen masters as teachers – and all of them cats!” ~ Eckhart Tolle Any among us who are of the Feline Tribe understand The Way of Cat. And we know that we learn much from our... Continue Reading →

The creative adventure of ‘uprooting from false ground’

"As far as you can, hold your confidence. Do not allow confusion to squander This call which is loosening Your roots in false ground, That you might come free From all you have outgrown." ~  'For the Interim Time' by... Continue Reading →

The Via Feminina: The Sophia Quest and Sophia Gifts

In her book, Sophia: Goddess of Wisdom, Bride of God*, Caitlin Matthews writes: "There is a need for an essential gathering of what we have scattered ... When we each become part of this quest, which is nothing less than... Continue Reading →

In-Between: Behind the Scenes with ‘Not Yet’

When? That's a question I hear from quite a few people. "When will this craziness stop?" "When will my efforts bear fruit?" "When will the money start flowing in again?" "When will it get easier?" "When will things go back... Continue Reading →

Storms, Cycles and Black Madonnas

Since my last post - amazingly, about a month ago - we've had the stunning force of 'Frankenstorm' Sandy in this region of the U.S., followed by the presidential election, the aftermath of both, a solar eclipse, and then Thanksgiving.... Continue Reading →

This little light of mine (or yours)…

I've continued my Hermit Streak, heeding the call towards deeper listening, watching, sensing. That's often the case when a creative effort or major cycle has ended: a (seemingly) fallow space of renewal -- a stillpoint -- comes before regeneration and... Continue Reading →

Calling Home Your Exiled Selves

I've been reflecting deeply on the topics and experiences of home and exile for several years now, and probably longer. Since I hear from so many who feel uprooted and unmoored in this 'plugged in' yet too often disconnected culture, I'll continue... Continue Reading →

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