Spring blew in to the Pacific Northwest this month. Snow, grapple, rain and snow showers have greeted us every day for over a week. Some places are finally receiving a glorious soaking of blessed moisture. Spring is an opportunity for us to rebalance and re-calibrate our lives for the year. It is a powerful time of renewal and emergence. As bears begin to come out of hibernation, so do we humans. What is seeking to emerge in you right now?…
The force that through the green fuse drives the flower drives my green age -Dylan Thomas Spring has arrived in our Northern Hemisphere – radiant with the ruffles of daffodils, trumpets of pink dogwoods and the blare of crimson tulips. Birds fly with thin threads of palm fronds and sticks of cedar for their nests. Red Tail Hawks circle and dive, circle and dive. Spring is an unstoppable force as our planet tilts back towards the sun, God of Life. We…
What meaning does Autumn carry for you? There are marvelous ceremonies to connect more deeply to the meaning and power of this colorful season. Would you enjoy creating your own celebration?
A calming transition to unhook from all the demands of your day and graciously approach the temple of sleep may be most welcome.
Are dreams just night fantasies and the result of what we ate for dinner? Or are they valuable memos and keys of insight from the inner well of wisdom?
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It’s spring in the northern hemisphere. What a scintillating pleasure to be in the backyard again with bright yellow tulips and heliotrope lilacs throwing their arms into the scented air.
The heartbeat of the garden is the rock cairn altar I built several years ago. It is dedicated to the Andean earth mother, Pachamama. The stones that create the altar are volcanic pinks, yellows, golds and burgundies from high up on Mount Shasta in the Cascade Range of California.