We've been fretting about the state of the world. The other evening we put those worries aside and kayaked on the lake. We were at Sand Bar State Park, a lovely sandy beach with hills running into the lake on the north and south. Those hills used to be mountains, perhaps taller than the Himalayas … Continue reading Comfort
I feel deeply blessed, for I have had the opportunity to learn from, and work with, shamans and healers from many traditions and parts of the world. At the center of their practices and lives is the necessity of speaking up for those who have lost voice, including the Earth; feeding, clothing, and educating those … Continue reading Awaiting Joy
Putting away the Christmas decorations reminds us that even artificial trees may be awake.
A marvelous brief video set me to thinking about the links between creativity, and shamanism and psychotherapy.