Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Journey Begins

Dear Reader, Ten days ago you may remember I began chronicling the journey that eight ordinary people took to birth a living myth for our time. I’ve made a few “text-ural” detours which I hope add dimensionality to your appreciation … Continue reading

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New Thoughts

I’ve described the group, the setting and the process of Ecstatic Postures. I’ve even written about that which arouses skepticism and often heated argument – the idea that the invisible world surrounds us and is real, mentionned even that the … Continue reading

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Remembering the Reality of the Invisible

I’m not sure how long anthropologists and historians consider humans “modern.” They probably disagree. Given the quality of ancient artwork found inEurope, I think we are more like our ancestors of 35 to 40,000 years ago than we want to … Continue reading

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The Posture Itself

So here we are, nervously and eagerly, anticipating what will happen next. We know the rhythm drives our nervous system and the specific posture we hold reliably opens the door to a specific neighborhood of what we call Alternate Reality. … Continue reading

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Return to the Teepee

In the teepee I feel a sense of sacred space. My imagination soars along the converging poles leaning toward the sky and something deep in my body feels at home sitting round the fire pit. The images on the wall … Continue reading

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Honoring 9/11

Nine years before the planes hit theWorldTradeTowers, I painted a prophetic image while spending two months in solitude. I didn’t realize it was prophetic until two days after the event  happened. The painting hung in my living room and as … Continue reading

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Re-storying

I’ve mentionned our four day ceremony several times here and some of you, I hope, are wondering just exactly what we were doing. I called the ceremony: Re-storying our Modern Lives – A Ceremony to Renew a Living Myth for … Continue reading

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