There are some people I really and truly enjoy. If any of these folks have distinctive characteristics, it is that we are all slightly off-the-edge, somewhat deviant, and vibrant with life and creativity.
Kindling the Native Spirit: Sacred Practices for EverydayLife by Denise Linn and published by Hay House is chock full of exercises to ignite an Earth-based spiritual lifestyle. When common things no longer satisfy, and you feel a yearning in your soul for something more, a truer connection to life and all that implies, this book might be the answer for you.
Those of us who follow Loki have realized a truth about him: That he wants to help us find our own truth and live thereby. Out of all the personalities in the Norse pantheon, Loki stands out as the one who
The women come together to stitch, sew and weave. They have a common purpose. Babies are being born and they will need a stitch or two in the weave to perfect their life pattern.
Every good day starts off with a cup of latte. In the ten years we’ve been together, my husband Alan and I have worn out 4-5 latte machines. The most reliable one we’ve found is Mr. Coffee’s latte maker, so each time we need to replace, we are brand loyal.
My relationship to a thing depends upon how much energy I am willing to invest in observing it, getting to know it, communicate with it. The term relationship is thus broadened again by a willingness to invest energy and time and the connection of communication and still further by the purpose of the relationship.
Yet in a deeper way, man has had to create God in man’s own image so that man can begin to understand God. We cannot define the invisible by what we cannot see, but by the qualities we perceive.
The periodic and reciprocal centers of destruction of human ages destroyed much within human civilization that was a teaching for the growth of the human soul. Everywhere you look while traveling the world, the evidence of ages past reveals that much has been lost, but not all that has been lost. The jungles cover whatContinue reading “A Science of the Soul”
Did you know that the days of the week are actually named after the Norse Gods? Sunday is Sunna’s day, she who drives the Sun across the sky daily. Monday is Mani’s day, the legendary “Man in the Moon.” Tuesday belongs to the War God Tyr, Tues, Teiwaz whose action chained the “Wolf of Greed.” Wednesday belongs to Woden. Woden’s day belongs to the All Father Himself. And Thursday, you may have by now guessed, belongs to Thor, the great protector of Middle Earth.
Thus suffering consciously by remaining present to the struggle is always succeeded by some kind of transcendence in a change of our Being. It may not even be a noticeable change, but one of quiet simplicity that gifts us greater stamina and confidence when the next struggle arises.