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Messengers from the Body and Beyond

Above: Lily b sunbathing while keeping a sharp eye on the hummingbirds

Lily b snacking on plant greens

The night before last I had a dream that has stayed with me. 2,864 more words

Narrative

A Man Capable of Love

There is something about a man

who kneels to be on equal ground

to meet a five pound dog

that erases mountains of cultural baggage – 218 more words

Poems

Stories the Stones Tell by Sara Wright

A couple of days ago I was climbing a mesa with my friend Iren who is “a guide to the wild places” – those places off the beaten track where stories are told by the stones and the Earth that supports them. 991 more words

General

Stories the Stones Tell

Metate

The potshard in the center seems to have a “face”… although I bring some of these artifacts home for closer inspection it is part of my spiritual practice to return them to the land. 981 more words

Narrative

Edge Places

In the pre-dawn sky

I meet myself

at the river’s edge,

breathing into the promise

of a new day.

The sky is Nature’s painting.

Salmon and pink, bruised plum… 236 more words

Poems

Horus takes to the Sky in the Spring

Every April I look to the skies for the red tailed hawks and think of the Egyptian God Horus a solar deity who in almost every mythological tradition takes on the hawk -like quality of… 803 more words

Essay

HEAL YOUR FEMININE WOUNDS, RIDE THE RISING TIDE OF POWER

“When anxious, uneasy and bad thoughts come, I go to the sea, and the sea drowns them out with its great wide sounds, cleanses me with its noise and imposes a rhythm upon everything in me that is bewildered and confused.” … 853 more words