Pachamama invites us to return to heart and home.
Our world here, in northern Vermont, has burst into leafy green, and splendid , vibrant color. This morning the wind literally howled through the treetops as the rains came in. Spring is here in all her fullness! I have written often about the symbolic nature of Self, and the myriad ways micro-aggressions serve to diminish … Continue reading The Death of White Buffallo Calf: Attacking the Heart of the People
Our hearts seem fragile. When trauma finds us, we are tempted to turn inward, to defend ourselves against the hurt, to harden our hearts. Healing is often about learning to soften again, to face our own suffering, and that of others, with compassion, love, and steadfastness. This is not an easy task. When we harden, … Continue reading Trauma and Healing: Matters of the Heart