Spring thoughts

Here in North Carolina, spring is booming (and blooming).  Daffodils are in full force, crocuses, red buds are starting, spring peepers are calling all day and night, turtles are roaming, and spirits are rising. My reading lately has inspired me to remember the oneness of all things.  Stephen Harrod Buhner’s book, The Secret Teachings of … More Spring thoughts

Halloween

We forget the reason for Halloween, All Hallow’s Eve, All Soul’s Day, All Soul’s Night, the Day of the Dead…all traditions that commemorate those who have died, those who may now be in spirit form.  The traditional belief is that this night is the one time of the calendar year where the veil is thinnest, … More Halloween

The dreamworld

My family of origin is fairly traditional.   I grew up in the South in the United States, and in my schools and social circles, no one taught or discussed anything about shamanism, energy healing, the power of the mind, the invisible connection we all have to each other, to all of life, and to … More The dreamworld

Inspiration

I do not have the time to write a post today, though I have so many thoughts!   On facebook today Caroline Myss wrote such an inspiring last paragraph to her post, I would like to share it here in the hopes it will inspire others in the way she has inspired me.  Here, from … More Inspiration

Earthing

An original and completely practical idea has surfaced in the health field.  Clinton Ober has spearheaded the effort to get the word out about the benefits of connecting to the earth itself.  His book, titled Earthing, is full of the science and the anecdotal evidence that shows that having a bare skin connection to the … More Earthing

Bill Bengston’s latest healing research

If you follow my blog, you know that I have a keen interest in Bill Bengston’s research on energy healing.   He has produced numerous scientifically sound experiments showing a 100% cure rate of mice injected with aggressive mammary cancer.  For a more detailed description of his past work, please see my original post here,  my … More Bill Bengston’s latest healing research

On life and death

I’ve thought frequently about life and death.   Certainly those of us who are alive face the inevitability of our body’s death at some unknown future point.  But why?  Why must our bodies deteriorate?  Why must trees get old and die?   Why must foxes slow in their speed and strength and new foxes come … More On life and death