Like A Fish Out Of Water

In the past 24 hours, I have had at least 4 people reach out to me to ask about things like Higher Consciousness, connecting with The Divine, Fear, and Spiritual Practice. There must be something in the air. More importantly, to me as a Shaman, is the pattern of it. Whenever I have 2 or more…

Looking toward classes for 2021

Good grief, it’s mid November already. Still feels like March. How odd. As I tend to do around this time of year, I’m weighing and evaluating my offerings for the next calendar year (actually, looking through the archives, I may not have made a post like this since 2017). It’s going to be at least…

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…

Ongoing geomagnetic storm increasing on September 29th

SpaceWeather issued this missive about geomagnetic activity over the weekend: A solar wind stream is heading for Earth, and it could spark the strongest geomagnetic storm in more than a year. NOAA forecasters say storm levels could reach category G2 (moderately strong) when the gaseous material arrives on Sept. 29th. Bright “equinox auroras” are already…

What in the The World: Oumuamua, plus Psychedelics

This episode is just me and Dave, Lisa was unable to join us. So the flavor might be a little different. We start off by talking about the space body Oumuamua, and move into DMT (internal and external), LSD, and Ecstacy. These may or may not be linked; you’ll have to figure it out for…

Forms of Healing: Acoustic Therapy

Forms of sound therapy have been used to facilitate healing for thousands of years around the world. Chanting, drumming, singing, and instrumentation can all create change in the body and mind. The ancient Greek mathematics mystic Pythagoras even developed a mathematically based musical scale that had such profound effects that it was brought to the…

September, and then October: Ancestors, Grief, and Stillness

I feel like we’re in wrap up and catch up energies currently. I’m sure part of it is the fact that we’re coming up on October, which is a grief month for me, so my own personal energy is more sluggish. Not to mention everything that’s going on in the world. You’ll remember, a few…

Five Minute Meditations

Meditation is important. If you have been following me for any length of time, you probably know that. A number of people offer five minute meditations and I have, up until now, resisted that idea. The body responds to physical, mental, or emotional pressure by releasing stress hormones (such as epinephrine and norepinephrine) that increase…

A Long Relaxation Meditation

The pandemic is wearing on people. There will be a few meditations going up on my YouTube channel, but I wanted to call your attention to this longer meditation for relaxation I posted today Relaxation is literally the antidote to stress. While some feel that relaxation is just a fancy or mainstream-friendly term for meditation,…

Passing through folds in the heliospheric current

Did you feel a drop in your energy on January 6th, starting around 19:30UTC (11:30am Pacific)? SpaceWeather says we may have passed through a fold in the heliospheric current sheet, a giant, wavy membrane of electrical current rippling through the solar system: Yesterday, Jan. 6th, something unexpected happened in the soil of northern Norway. “Electrical…

Separating Fact From Fiction

The most useful thing that meditation gives us is the ability to separate fact from fiction. When we don’t have a regular (read: daily) practice of some sort of mindfulness, we take the stories our mind tells us as fact. I wrote about this extensively at the end of October. There is phrase some people…