"Every book is a quotation; and every house is a quotation out of all forests, and mines, and stone quarries; and every man is a quotation from all his ancestors." — Ralph Waldo Emerson
In the fall, I...Read More »
As some of you know, I've been drawing a lot lately (i.e., the "secret" coloring book project). That means that I've had less time for just reading. I mean, after putting drawing pen to paper for hour...Read More »
Amy and Zed explore cauldrons of digestion and soups (00:40)
Whimsey: Lizz and Amy talk soup, farming, and abundance (24:42)
TT@H: Lizz gives us a bromantic cabbag...Read More »
Amy + Alex have been hard at work at a secret project, and it'll be coming to you completed this winter. They've been doing some deep reflection on the chakras, the different senses (did you know ther...Read More »
The Mother Earth is abundant right now. Fruit is falling off the trees. Some of this fruit will go back into the earths soil and some will go on our shelves.
I've been so busy on the farm and in my ki...Read More »
In case you don't know this about me, I also write under the name of Sinclair, and one of my ecourses on submission starts soon.
So lately, I've been musing about the stereotypes around submissio...Read More »
Amy and Zed talk fall season, back to school, strap-ons, and strange questions. (00:40)
Whimsey: Amy and Alex dive deep into the body experience of proprioception (31...Read More »
Sunlight is essential for all living organisms.
Photosynthesis in plants is light energy converted to carbohydrates, food for insects, animals, and eventually the soil. Light direction and dura...Read More »
Fall is coming, the equinox approaches. Quite literally, this is that fantastic balance point when daylight roughly equals night, when the plane of the earth's equator bisects the center of the...Read More »
I read this piece this morning, and I've been pondering it ever since: "Your body is not your masterpiece — your life is. It is suggested to us a million times a day that our BODIES are PROJECTS. They...Read More »