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Sketch Card Series Part II

I’m back!!! I know I was gone for ages, but between losing what I had planned on posting, family vacations, and trying to finish three classes worth of AP summer work in August, I was kind of a mess. 80 more words

Apple Lore

Close readers of this blog (there must be one or two) will have noticed that I’ve missed a week. But what a week that was! First we had… 345 more words

Mabon

WHAT IS MABON?

Mabon is the Celtic Festival on the Fall (Autumn) Equinox.

As you know, I like Celtic festivals. They’re good reminders to stop, take a look at my life, respect my life and the world around me, and breathe. 753 more words

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#SundayReview: Song of the Sea

Had a bit of a rough week. Still going through all of that lovely personal bullshit that finally just made me snap. That’s how my anxiety works. 692 more words

#SundayReview

Kymidei Kymeinvoll

Bead after bead
And droplet by droplet
Relieved am I
From this sodden lake’s tears
Dripping, waltzing
Down this war-hot skin
Still I am not quenched… 46 more words

Poetry Archives 2016

The psychology of mythology: or, why the Otherworld is just as real as this one

I’ve spent a lot of years studying the psychology of myth. For me, in a slightly oversimplified nutshell, it all come down to this: Freud’s theories on anything – inevitably, interminably, explaining everything in sexual terms – rarely interest me much at all; Jung is marvelous but often a little too human-centred for my tastes; James Hillman takes psychology and mythology back out of our heads and into the world again, and so is always to be revered. 1,711 more words

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The psychology of mythology: or, why the Otherworld is just as real as this one

I’ve spent a lot of years studying the psychology of myth. For me, in a slightly oversimplified nutshell, it all come down to this: Freud’s theories on anything – inevitably, interminably, explaining everything in sexual terms – rarely interest me much at all; Jung is marvelous but often a little too human-centred for my tastes; James Hillman takes psychology and mythology back out of our heads and into the world again, and so is always to be revered. 1,711 more words