Eight Direction Series

  • May Basket

May Day

Photo Credit: Lazar Gugleta, Unsplash I love May Day, the first day of the merry month of May. As a child we [...]

May Day2023-06-01T15:38:39+00:00
  • Bees and Honeycomb

Making Honey from My Old Failures

And the golden bees were making white combs, and sweet honey, from my old failures. —Antonio Machado, translation by Robert Bly [...]

Making Honey from My Old Failures2023-01-30T03:30:02+00:00
  • Be Here Now, pebbles and stones

In Beauty I Walk

Photo Credit: Lo Arno, Unsplash I was driving home from work one summer sunset time, and the sky was a dome of [...]

In Beauty I Walk2022-09-10T20:24:45+00:00
  • lughnasadh, Wine sap Apples, D. Malcom Wells

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 Time2022-09-10T20:48:03+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.2022-09-10T20:48:31+00:00
  • Black Madonna, Beltaine, Matron of Summer

Beltaine: Welcome the Matron and Patron of Summer

Celebrate Beltaine on the First Day of May. Celebrate the energy of the Green Earth and the Mother ray (Ma-ray). The Maiden’s embodiment of [...]

Beltaine: Welcome the Matron and Patron of Summer2022-09-10T20:49:39+00:00
  • Spiritual Seasonings Great Wheel Calendar Imbolc

Crossquarter: Imbolc and Brigid

Lola Wilcox Imbolc: pronounced Imm’ulk The Crossquarters are four lost directions, and Imbolc is the first one of the new [...]

Crossquarter: Imbolc and Brigid2022-09-10T20:51:54+00:00


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