The desert, though hostile, teems with thriving life. Life that respects the desert for what it is and knows how to work with its intensity, its extremes.
The Wild Wood is pure Nature authentically, holistically expressing itself, and the mind is often getting in the way of our own pure authenticity.
Crimson is the color associated with our true nature, just as blood is the source of our body’s essence, keeping it healthy, nurtured and strong.
The Sacred Masculine, when realized, is on to His shadow nature, and chooses to operate from a space of humility, nobility, and compassion.
Humanity depends on women and our powers of compassion, nurture, and unconditional love (feminine principles) to be steadfast.
Known as the hieros gamos... taking this divine union of self to heart has the potential to... close the gap in the divisions of things on a larger scale.
“These birds do not need you. They know how to fly. They know how to hunt.” This was written upon the cover of the San Diego Reader sitting on the coffee table. In the photograph was a gorgeous image of a woman with a golden eagle mid-flight with its wicked talons splayed, reaching to grip her ...
It’s interesting how much more you see when your perspective has shifted. The other ones that would come in to my room, moving boxes and shifting what-nots, they were organizing and turning the senseless chaos into works of art, the paint on Mica and Dawn’s palette drying from cycles of non-use ...