Tag Archives: awe

Living in a Wisdom World

Jeff Leinaweaver, PhD, is a renaissance man: professional storyteller, musician, global sustainability consultant, professor, radio talk show host, father, husband, mythologist …and friend. He invited me to help launch the Bainbridge Island Joseph Campbell Foundation Mythological Roundtable Group. ( That … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

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

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Communion

Oh my, I am so happy. I painted the magic and I did learn something new. I knew I would if I painted this memory and it may not seem like much to you, but to me, it hones my … Continue reading

Posted in truth, wonder | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Cultivating Mystery

The Clan of the Dreaming Bear met on Monday night. Huh? Simple enough to explain really. We’re a group of humans who gather every other week to open the door to expanded consciousness via Ecstatic Wisdom Postures. The name Clan … Continue reading

Posted in mystery | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Gossamer Threads

My friend flies in from Boise to assist at the ceremony, Re-Storying our Modern Lives – a Ceremony to Renew a Living Myth for Eairth. She’s suffered a lot recently, so we walk a nearby beach to ground ourselves in … Continue reading

Posted in mystery, truth | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Human Humble

Here’s the link to the relevant article I mentioned a day ago written by Four Arrows, aka Don Trent Jacobs. It’s titled: “Anthropocentrism’s Antidote, Reclaiming our Indigenous Orientation to Non-Human Teachers.” I still haven’t found my copy of it because I … Continue reading

Posted in truth | Tagged , , , | 8 Comments

Pursuing Wonder

Twenty-one years old, my Webster’s Dictionary pleads with me to replace it. In this electronic age, new words grow like surburban dandelions and northwest coastal blackberries. I purchase a fat New Oxford American Dictionary. It’s more like an abbreviated encyclopedia with … Continue reading

Posted in wonder | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment