Let Love Have a Peek

Let Love Have a Peek

Inwardly, in our heart of hearts, whether dressed in costume or fully naked, let love have a peek. Being seen, being real, can be a huge relief. I’m still learning how to look inside myself with a more open heart, and still there are some days when it’s harder than...
Safety and Sanctuary

Safety and Sanctuary

I’ve been lethargic in the writing of this piece. After a few brief forays, poking and pecking at what might become “The Next Blog,” Megan my brilliant Webmaster told me to “Get on it,” but more diplomatically. I went to Grand Junction in Colorado for a dental...
The Power of Grief. The Power of Love.

The Power of Grief. The Power of Love.

Well, a lot has been happening since my last post. I started this article on January 10 2021, five days after the mob attacked the capital. Two months later I’m on it again. Even as I’ve been diligently avoiding writing this blog, I’ve still taken time here and...
SHAMANISM – A Very Brief History

SHAMANISM – A Very Brief History

  High population and large territory don’t eliminate shamans … They show up under different auspices and in different costumes. Even in our era there are urban shamans channeling messages from beyond. Some are bogus. Some are sincere. And some, no doubt, are...
SHAMAN

SHAMAN

There was a tradition in the temple of Dodona that oaks first gave prophecies. The men of old in their simplicity, unlike young philosophy, deemed that if they heard the truth even from an oak or a rock, it was enough. – Socrates in Plato’s Phaedrus   I’ve...
Welcome Home

Welcome Home

People say that what we are all seeking is the meaning for life. I don’t think that’s what we’re really seeking. I think what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive. —Joseph Campbell, in an interview with Bill Moyers As Bob Dylan said in one of his songs, “I’m...