Nature as Transformer

We are part of our planet’s four Elementals, made of the substances of Earth and Water, breathing the Air, created with the sun’s Fire. The natural world constantly is transforming, often being both model and metaphor. Many explorations of this relationship are available to you here.

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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
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Embracing Beltaine: Fire Element Crossquarter

Beltaine is the Cross Quarter direction between Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice in the Northern hemisphere. Last year’s Beltaine blog discusses traditional associations with [...]

Embracing Beltaine: Fire Element Crossquarter2023-04-12T17:00:39+00:00
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Balance by Managing Food in Our Time

Spring Equinox brings greens, eggs, fresh food after the long winter. Our rural ancestors immediately began storing food towards the next winter. Now most [...]

Balance by Managing Food in Our Time2022-09-10T20:34:22+00:00
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Imbolc: Cross-quarter Transformation

"I love what you're writing on your blog. I love learning about transformation. Thank you for what you're writing. What are you planning to [...]

Imbolc: Cross-quarter Transformation2023-04-12T16:57:10+00:00
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What is the real work we came here to do? Who did we come here to be? Epiphany is a time to explore what [...]

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Winter Solstice: Light is Born in Space Time

What light is born at Winter Solstice? What cycles of time are we inside? Who travels with Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem? Come! Braid [...]

Winter Solstice: Light is Born in Space Time2022-09-10T20:35:32+00:00
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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 Hallows2022-09-10T20:36:30+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 Time2022-09-10T20:48:03+00:00
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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


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