Sacred Landscape

The Kilmartin valley has been the site of ritual observances and celebration since Neolithic times. Rich with archaeological significance, the landscape boasts a vast array of standing stones, stone circles, petroglyphs, and burial cairns that[…]

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Over Hill and Dale

Later today we will be meeting up with our fellow travelers on the Labyrinthos 2014 Mysterious Scotland tour. This is an exciting moment, when all our careful planning and preparation finally cross paths with the people[…]

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Blog Hop!

Some of us are old enough to remember sock hops… but that’s going back a long, long ways. That’s the first thing I thought of when I heard the words blog hop.

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Attention to the Path

Meandering paths crisscross the planet, always leading home to Self. One of the deepest gifts we can give in this world is our attention — our full, open-hearted attention. And yet, it can be a[…]

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First Date

Restating what I said in my last post, I have some catching up to do here. Despite my good intentions to blog regularly, the busy-ness of May threw an interesting conflict onto my Path. I[…]

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Hand to Heart

Damien Hirst was interviewed on British television a few nights ago… I was already familiar with his work and the controversy surrounding it, but I’d never really heard him talk about his own art. His[…]

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Writing Spring

It’s too beautiful outside to be serious inside. If Mother Nature can be giddy with her spring bulbs, earthy smells and tumultuous bridsong, why shouldn’t I giggle with my poetry? Despite the morning’s gorgeousness, my energy[…]

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Purveyor of Wisdom

I am tenderly exploring my writing life, finally and joyfully accepting that I have a poetic and writerly soul. It’s Friday, so, as promised, I’m continuing my quest to invite poetry and friendship into my[…]

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