November's theme is all about resilience. Think of those squirrels burying their nuts in the ground in preparation for the coming winter*.
Lately, though, I've been thinking of resilience not in th...Read More »
Thank you, Mark Fleming and Jay Craver!
Music: Grateful to Little Dog Big Ears for their Creative Commons licensed music She Sees Mice (intro and outro). Make sure to subscribe in iTunes or Sticher...Read More »
"Samhain heralds in a terrifying season when we are asked to embrace loss."
I'm really into dharma talks and recordings of meditations lately. I have a commute now; plus, I'm spend so much time at ...Read More »
The Wonder Body Connection Tour is all over the place, bringing the aliveness of the coloring book near and far. We’ve started describing it as “an embodiment guide disguised as a coloring book.”
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Lizz is off this week but I miss her and so I can feel the impulse to channel something that is about food and nurturance.
With fall closing in, and with all the natural (and man-made) disasters sw...Read More »
Everything feels cluttered lately, as if all the shelves, nooks, closets in my home are swollen with Things. Objects. Items which are symbols for feelings or status or power or appreciation or functio...Read More »
Thanks to Mark Michaels & Patricia Johnson! Follow their work at tantrapm.com
We especially recommend their book Tantra for Erotic Empowerment
Music: Grateful to Little Dog Big Ears for their ...Read More »
I always cringe, just a little, when I hear someone speak seriously about "mindfulness".
What they are saying makes sense. It is important to be present in, well, the present—rather than the past, ...Read More »
The summer has been hot and dry and hard and amazing
The eclipse happened and is still happening
Mama earth continues to provide incredible smells, tastes and sights
Our bodies moan, writhe, cry an...Read More »
This is fire season in the Northwest. Heat, smoke, and fire press on the mammals, landscape, and water ways. When I was a Ranger working the forest service, part of my job was to explain the posit...Read More »