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Breaking Ground, Healing Spring Seeds

Nature is my soul medicine and now that I have been able to get out of bed these last two months I am loving, more than ever, being in my garden, on mountain tops, under trees and wading along cold creeks.  I have had a lot of interesting commentary regarding my diagnosis of cancer.  Some […]

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Flight of the New Moon

Flight of the New Moon

My ritual practices for closing out this year began on the Winter Solstice.  I find it no coincidence that on that very morning, nature as she often does, gifted me with a most magnificent and symbolic spectacle.  I was lying in bed and contemplating the nature of birds, my healing, my feelings of oppression.  I […]

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Spring and the Sacred Cucumber

Spring and the Sacred Cucumber

I woke early this morning with the rise of the sun and found my contemplative throne in the heart of my garden. I was surrounded by the nights lingering chill and the early call of the songbird’s elated chatter.  I was mesmerized by the refreshing light cast from the power of the great sun, and […]

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To Dream A Fig

To Dream A Fig

The month of October has passed and with it the celebration of my 33 birthday.  Every year on my birthday, I reflect on the year past and set intention for the year to come.  As I look back on the last 12 months I see both great progress and great struggle.  Obstacles presented themselves as […]

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Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice In thankfulness we lift our eyes With loving thoughts in heart We give thanks for all things good For blessings the Creator imparts. Let our hearts be ever glad For beauty that abounds And gives a taste of heaven’s glory When summer comes around The Solstice marks the longest day and the shortest […]

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Season of Gratitude

Season of Gratitude

  November has arrived;  it seems with a first class,  next day delivery as I am still looking for the lingering summer heat and more lengthy transition into the cooler offerings of fall,  not to mention I am quite ill prepared for Christmas music and parking-meter garland wrappings. None-the-less,  November is one of my favorite […]

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