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Imbolc, Cancer, and Hope

Imbolc is my most favorite of the pagan holidays. It comes after the winter solstice and before the spring equinox and assures us that the sun has indeed come back, which is a very good thing, a cause for celebration as warmth and light suffuse and drive away the icy cold of the winter. 514 more words


The Time of Imbolc is Here!

For most of us reading this, we are generations removed from a truly meaningful connection with the land. Gone are the days where stocking a larder meant the difference between life and death. 772 more words


The Welcoming Wild:Community for Introverts and Animists

One of the things that I love about blogging is that the more I get into this the more I meet people who are moving along on similar journeys, and the connections that we make are nurturing, challenging, and most of all fun. 3,018 more words


2015 in pictures

This year has been rich in wonderful experiences, feeling an array of emotions, building and strengthening relationships and doing a lot of hard work psychologically, mentally and physically. 204 more words

My wild place

My heart can not hold itself in my chest when it tumbles with such ache and yearning for the wild place my soul calls home. 188 more words

Earth-based Spirituality

Words of Wilderness

Courtesy OutsideOnline.com

¨Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit. The greatest wonder is that we can see these trees and not wonder more. 129 more words


Science, Homoeopathy & Essences

The following is an excerpt from Sue Lilly’s Book “The Essence Practitioner”, (Published by Singing Dragon 2014  ISBN: 978-1-84819-250-8)

The Wonder of Water

To begin to understand the way essences are made and are thought to work it is worth looking more closely at the carrier of most essences – water. 1,913 more words

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