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books along the way

Sometimes I wish I read less. I panic when I have nothing to read, no pages to turn in my bed at night, my own  bed or a strange one. 359 more words

Bat Medicine: Spiritual Encounters with the Natural World

This post is an expansion of my review of Dwellings on Goodreads.

I began re-reading Linda Hogan’s book of essays Dwellings and Michael Harner’s The Way of the Shaman… 913 more words

Behind The Stories: Inspirations And Encounters

The Way In - Linda Hogan

Sometimes the way to milk and honey is through the body.
Sometimes the way in is song. 
But there are three ways in the world: dangerous, wounding, 27 more words

Allies Share Both Sorrow and Joy

If we seek to rebuild our relationship to this land, I think it is also vital for non-Indians to rebuild their relationship with Indian peoples. To do that non-Indians must become committed allies to Indian people’s struggles. 422 more words


If we wake up to the earth, we must listen to all her stories

All places and all beings of the earth are sacred. It is dangerous to designate some places sacred when all are sacred. Such compromises imply that there is a hierarchy of value, with some places and some living beings not as important as others. 638 more words


The Heron by Linda Hogan

A Heron in flight, Galway bay, Ireland
Photography : Nigel Borrington

The Heron

by Linda Hogan

I am always watching
the single heron at its place… 162 more words

Nigel Borrington