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Live Oak Acorn

Live Oak Acorn — Grunge Art By kenne

The acorn is so rich in symbolism. For some it represents knowledge, the knowledge of growing and harvesting food, which encompasses the knowledge of sustainability. 148 more words



I have no religious faith and hold few beliefs about the nature of life and death, beyond what sense I make of my own experience. In this at least, I follow the 15th century Indian poet Kabir: 525 more words

Working Saturn/Neptune...a New Moon meditation

I use a very graphic, grounded, simple image to help my students get to grips with the inter-relationship between the longer-lasting planetary transits of Saturn, planetoid Chiron, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto and the faster-moving Moon, Sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars. 678 more words



Waiting is never easy. Especially this time of year. But it can be a gift, if we allow it.


The schoolyard felt vast, a desolate ocean of concrete, as I sat there, waiting. 791 more words

Must watch Videos: Move your Life: with Ido Portal, David Graeber, Bill Plotkin and James Hillman

Tonight includes interviews and lectures from a Mover, an Anthropologist/Anarchist, and two Psychologists.

I’m glueing these vids in before scrumptious husband returns with walked pooch. 296 more words

Wellness & Happiness

The Acorn Theory

People are itchy and lost and bored and quick to jump at any fix. Why is there such a vast self-help industry in this county? Why do all these selves need help? 768 more words



“Anytime you’re gonna grow, you’re gonna lose something. You’re losing what you’re hanging onto to keep safe. You’re losing habits that you’re comfortable with, you’re losing familiarity.” 

– James Hillman

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