Author Archives: Deborah

About Deborah

Deborah Jane Milton, Ph.D. is an artist, mentor, and eco-psychologist, mother of four and grandmother of eight.

What I Really Want to Say

In my last post I concluded with a paragraph that began with this sentence: “We who live today COULD BE THE IMAGINAL CELLS of the evolving human.” I meant to write – as I did in the rough draft kept … Continue reading

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Time to Show Up

One of my daughters asks me a provocative question last week. “Mom, do you really think all humans are creative? Maybe some aren’t.” Quite frankly, her question stuns me. What?@#%*&??? My own daughter, the Queen of Creativity herself, born to … Continue reading

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Milestone

Years and years ago in the dark ages of film when community TV stations were just getting started, I made a video. My friend Hazel Foley, no longer here on this planet, was a watercolor artist. I considered myself a … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces

It’s not that I haven’t been writing! My words are being seen now on Praying True,  the global group on Facebook for blessing our precious planet and its waters that I began with my virtual – but very truebluefeeling – … Continue reading

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Wonders of Water

March 22nd was a global call to bless our waters. I didn’t have time that day to offer the proper prayer called for but luckily prayer comes in many forms. As I rode the ferry that morning back to the … Continue reading

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Spirit in the Pub/ Soul at the Table

My friend, Sondra, asks me to join her and another friend for Happy Hour at a local pub. I have never been much of a pub goer, so the first time she asked, I was kind of relieved not to … Continue reading

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Grief’s Gift

The tragedy that hit my old home town moves me in subtly deep and surprising ways – Trying to put it into words for you, I describe me as experiencing an openness, a gratitude for being embodied, an acceptance of … Continue reading

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Suburban Avalanche

When they’re snug inside their home by the hearth, reading or writing maybe, cooking dinner, perhaps creating art, they don’t expect to die by avalanche.  They’ve lived at the base of a mountain for thirty years, weathered all kinds of … Continue reading

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Fierce Love

With gratitude to my friend Jane for inspiring these thoughts in our conversation today. By the end of January and the official end of the Painting the Feminine course with Connie Hozvicka, I felt discombobulated. Confusion over love tossed me … Continue reading

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The Heart of Art

As one painting journey ends, another  begins. I am struck with the gift of all the online opportunities to pray for this earth of ours through the blessings of art. I spent the month of January totally immersed in Painting … Continue reading

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