What in the World: Ley Lines and Sacred Space

In this episode, we talk some more about math, as well as Stonehenge, lay lines, and sacred sites around the world. My ever fabulous Social Media Marketing Assistant, Teagan, says I should give y’all more resources, like links, and she and Dave put together this treasure trove for you: (1:33) Is Math real? (3:26) Ayamanatara…

Navigating Grief

Grief is a part of life. Some thoughts on how to support it, in ourselves and in others, and useful expressions of it.

Simplify your life

Today’s message from the Labyrinth is to simplify your life. How do you go about doing that? Do you have a metric you use? What gets in the way for you?

April 2015 – Kapalua Point

My dead, they follow me Their bones are littered on the field Like leaves after an autumn wind storm They follow me because I carry them in my heart.

The Shamanic Labyrinth Project

So, the East Jesus Labyrinth Project revived an older thing I’ve been playing around with for years. It was originally conceived as an art project for Burning Man, but wouldn’t work as such for various reasons, not the least of which is the fact that I never have enough time at the Burn to do…

From the February Newsletter: Blessed Imbolc!

Imbolc is a time of renewal and rebirth as the Goddess springs forth from deep within the earth where She has rested since Samhain. We see the physical form of this in our gardens – as the daffodils and crocus begin to sprout and bloom (in some parts of the world, anyway), we are secure…

Goddess In the Labyrinth

Today is an unusually powerful day. The Sun moves into Scorpio. Venus is in Scorpio. The New Moon is in Scorpio. And we are having a solar eclipse, which amplifies the New Moon. Scorpio is like a fire goddess. She will help you be authentic, in your passion, incredibly present. You have to want it,…

Notes from the Labyrinth October 17th, 2014

Today’s labyrinth walk was mostly an exercise in being present. One of the lovely things about doing this in the Fall (and fall seems to have finally begun here in Southern California), is that I get to walk the labyrinth barefoot. In the summer months, the concrete is just too hot. The labyrinth I walk…

Observations from the Labyrinth on Yom Kippur

I’ve resumed my labyrinth practice for the month of October, though certainly not at the level of the 40 day devotional I did this past spring. It started mostly as a way to easy my passage through Mercury retrograde and to support me through the thinning of the veils. I did a walk today, and…

A Forty Day Practice

As I was walking the labyrinth this morning, I was asked to create a very specific 40-day practice based on the paths I was traveling. I invite you to join me. Starting Monday, January 20th, I will be focusing on a different theme each day. If you have a local labyrinth, I invite you to…