I’ve gone and done it. My new poetry book–15 new poems and a small handful of the old ones that were so popular way back when–is available for purchase! (The book itself is gorgeous: 6X9, bound, and on pretty matte paper. It’s an old school chap book without any fuss. Just poems.) You can purchase […]
And we lifted our faces to the moon/ And saw her at the quick of our sky
I will travel in the name of Spirit,
In likeness of deer, in likeness of horse,
In likeness of serpent, in likeness of king:
Dew of honey in my tongue,
My breath as the incense.
Whether you believe in a spiritual existence that hums and thrives below the veil of materiality or not–the simple act of stopping to reflect, to breathe, to say thank you. . . this act of recognizing our place in the greater scheme of things. . . is itself significant. The web of our existences might be reenergized, our own energies reset.
I’ve always been a fan of incense and flower waters/herbal infusions; I use them almost every day to keep the air and energies of my home/mind/body balanced and fresh. (As within, so without). I particularly love woodsy scents that serve triple duty, freshening the house, grounding me and dispelling any pent up, unwanted, or unproductive energies. There’s something […]
Originally posted on The Druid's Garden:
One of the struggles that has marked my own path of druidry, and the path of many others that I know, is the challenge of being and living our authentic selves. For me, this is the act of somehow balancing a spiritual path that is largely not accepted…
A short rite I’m working on to open twilight walks. . . this rite draws on my love of the Triskellian Ritual by the ADO, my work with the SOP of the AODA, and my work with most honored trees and tree spirits of the lands I walk and the traditions I study. Twilight Walk Opening –Calling […]