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Yin and Yang for a Balanced Life

The concept of yin and yang appeared in China as early as 1300BC. It was found inscribed on oracle bones used for divination and referred to the movement of the sun and its changing aspect on the land. 654 more words

Life's Conundrums

Caturday Thoughts - St John's Eve Jun 23rd

St John’s Eve is the vigil of the feast of St. John the Baptist. It coincides very closely with midsummer or the summer solstice. The Nativity of John the Baptist is one of the oldest festivals of the Christian church and is different in two ways from other saint’s days. 782 more words


Building: LP1, Week 4 (5 June 2017)

This week I have decided to add a little to my daily practice, and then I may stick with it for awhile.

My (almost) daily routine is as follows: 1,405 more words


Wade on the water

Illness that is of a chronic nature has a huge impact on individuals separately, as well as within the context of family systems. Health care systems, being “systems”, have an inability to care for patients on an… 262 more words

Dance Movement Therapy

The validation of ritual

I’ve had periods of doing a lot of ritual, and periods of doing none, and at the moment am marking the seasons but not always in conventionally ritualistic ways. 321 more words


Beltane 2017 Ritual and Feast: The Gods Unite

SLPS gathered together to celebrate the union of the Gods Sunday, May 7, 2017 at the Temple in Cottonwood Heights. Beltane is the time of the union, the marriage of the Goddess and God, The Goddess and Goddess, and the God and God (or Gyd). 71 more words