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I’m suggesting that more of us take this back-to-school time to challenge ourselves to try something new without being limited by our previous assumptions of what we’re innately good at. Read more at Pagan Square.
Today is the day I celebrate Columbia, goddess of the United States, more than any other. Since we also think of today as the “birthday of the country,” in some sense, my celebrations of her are not purely joyful. They … Continue reading
I’ll be leading a guided meditation through the chakras at Mind Your Body Oasis in Arlington, VA on Friday, May 23rd at 6:30 pm. We’ll go into a state of relaxation and encounter each of the chakras in turn, giving … Continue reading
I will be presenting at Sacred Space conference on Saturday, March 15th, at 10am, with a short talk and then ritual to the goddess Columbia: Centered on the goddess Columbia, a personification of the United States who lends her name … Continue reading
For those who were not able to attend the Open Hearth Foundation town hall meeting last weekend, the biggest news is that OHF will no longer have its current location after the end of March. The board is currently working … Continue reading
I’ve been cleaning up around here. Part of that was moving several old posts to the trash, and then deciding that a few of them didn’t actually belong in the trash. Apparently pulling them out re-published them to Facebook and … Continue reading