A dream: Ours is a watery planet. Molecules of water carry memory and bind us to the tides and the cycles of the moon. We each hold all of earth’s memory, a gift from the water, although few of us unlock that knowing. Water and sky and trees are one, made of the same stuff, … Continue reading Watery Dreaming
Summer has passed; autumn begins Tuesday. For now we live in the gap between climate and astronomy. Here in Northern New England autumn jumps well ahead of the sun; spring usually lags behind. Fall is often a time of water, the autumn rains refilling the lakes and aquifers for winter. In the cycle of the … Continue reading Honoring Grandmother Water
Early Autumn draws our attention to water and the Dreaming.
One would be hard pressed to overstate the influence of visionary experience on Native peoples in the Americas. The same might be said for the impact of Jesus, and to a lesser extent, Christianity. Maybe these strong influence arises from the nearness of the Other World. I imagine this is similar to the ancient relationship … Continue reading Jesus, Vision and Prophecy in the Americas