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  • Tea cart, A Gossip Meets at All Hallows

A Gossip Meets at All Hallows

A Gossip Meets at All Hallows By Lola Wilcox I invite a gossip of women to my house for a Halloween tea. [...]

A Gossip Meets at All Hallows2021-11-18T15:54:35+00:00
  • Slow Down

Taking A Ritual Journey: Road of Trials Part 2

Survived the Nigredo? Out on a branch with your wings drying? Wondering where, after all that, is the Gate Out? What, there is a [...]

Taking A Ritual Journey: Road of Trials Part 22021-10-30T23:32:40+00:00

Exploring Nigredo in Madeline Miller’s Circe

This year I’ve been using Madeline Miller’s brilliant book Circe to illustrate the Nigredo because the main character goes through multiple transformations in the [...]

Exploring Nigredo in Madeline Miller’s Circe2021-10-30T23:34:30+00:00
  • Photo Credit, Jeremy Thomas, a black silhouette of person looking at gyre of stars

Nigredo: Cocoon of Transformation

Here we are at the transformation point, the Nigredo, 180º from Home in the circuit, mid-way through the Ritual Journey of the Road of Trials. [...]

Nigredo: Cocoon of Transformation2021-09-21T22:56:11+00:00
  • Trust Triangle

Attitude: Deep Roots, Dangerous Webs

Looking inside E for Engage means exploring Attitude. Don’t underestimate this word. Attitude is the key that unlocks the conflict. Two attitudes, at the [...]

Attitude: Deep Roots, Dangerous Webs2021-09-20T15:26:12+00:00
  • Archetype

A Ritual Journey: Road of Trials Part 1

In the Hero/Heroine’s Journey series we are at the first half of the Road of Trials. It’s a Ritual Journey, and traveled often with [...]

A Ritual Journey: Road of Trials Part 12021-09-20T15:26:29+00:00
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Lughnasadh and Linear Time

Lughnasadh is the third cross-quarter Gaelic seasonal festival. Also called Lammas, the festival is a celebration of the First Fruits of the harvest season. [...]

Lughnasadh and Linear Time2021-08-25T15:19:30+00:00
  • No Worries

No Time But Now. And Now. And Now.

Being in the Now is giving up past and future tenses. Celebrate Midsummer by being present in time. Eight kinds of time are explored [...]

No Time But Now. And Now. And Now.2021-09-20T15:26:45+00:00

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