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(Prose Part 2) Transcending Boundaries – Hatshepsut’s Path to Destiny by Alaya Advaita Dannu

Upon waking, the first thing I did was write this dream down. As I wrote in my journal I wondered what this could mean—not just for myself and the rest of the dreams I’ve had prior to this one, but for the collective. 1,024 more words


Thanks, Maia

We’ve kept a lot of the Pagan gods in our days and months. Every week day and most months are named for a different ancient pagan god. 561 more words

The Genetrix

She is the one who shows this world for what it is, she is the genetrix, the mother of the Buddhas. 

— Prajnaparamita sutra (Buddhist text)


(Video 2) "Seeking Inner Guidance in S/HE (Meditation Guide) by Marie de Kock

Please join us in celebrating the 2015 Nine-Day Solstice Celebration dedicated to Finding Our Inner Voice on Thursday, December 17th 9pm PST. Welcome your own inner voice warmly with a guided meditation, hear Lucy Pierce and Marie de Kock in conversation about it, including a contribution by Arna Baartz, do some gentle exercises to liberate your Inner Voice and listen to a poem clearly expressing Her. 65 more words


Goddess of the Day April 29 2016

Shina Tsu Hime’s themes are wishes, freedom, playfulness, air element and movement.  Her symbols are the wind and sailing ships.  This Japanese wind Goddess disperses the morning fog. 223 more words

Morning Thoughts

"Ancient" Artwork of the month

Creating a new board on Pinterest helped remind me of a pair favourite art objects. Many years ago I had a great interest in the ancient… 162 more words