In the field of mythic arts, many of us still seek our inspiration deep in the archetypal forest, following trails blazed through the centuries by the writers and artists who have gone before.
There is no paradox in this space, beyond me. Alone, awesome, and complete within myself. Empty. Just the Goddess as the immanent divine who dwells within, and sustains the heart; flowing in, among, and around me.
Here is the opportunity to instead of acting in the duality of winning or losing, or ‘stepping out” or “manning up”- we must go beyond that dynamics and move from a more superior platform.
Daily Practice helps keep me from going crazy. No, seriously, in a world where so little is in our control, seemingly less filled with compassion, my daily practice allows me to sink into the safety of the only thing constant in my life, the breath.
One of the joys of fairy tales is their diversity and universal truth. Like magic, they are transcendent of culture, and have survived at the epicenter of culture longer than most wisdom traditions.
There are many reasons why people meditate, from spiritual journey to expansion of awareness to relaxation- the benefit of meditation is self-evident
Giving yourself permission to let the heart lead the way doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, it is so easy...
There is a phase thrown around a lot, “rich inner world.” Of late, as I come closer to middle age I hear: You can’t live in fairytales. The real world is hard. The real world isn’t the stories you read as a child. You need to get with the program, and get real.