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Lammas is a seasonal turning point in the wheel of the year, mid-point between Summer Solstice and Autumn Equinox.  Two months back-to-back with Aquarius Full Moons, now Leo Sun and soon another New Moon. This summer, I remember Francis Weller sharing that our work “is…

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Summer Solstice to Cancer New Moon

This Morning “This morning the doe speaks to her young outside the window. I do not know what is said but listen, their love is great as ours…”             - Linda Hogan                         The Radiant Lives of Animals …

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Scorpio Full Moon, Beltaine 2021

"What do the birds of prey have to tell you? Pause feel the wind in your tail feathers Red-tailed Hawk carries your morning prayers ..." Gwendolyn Morgan from "Diurnal Raptors," Before The Sun Rises, Homebound Publications, 2019.…

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Ostara, Spring Equinox 2021

rabbit at refuge Carrot, Rabbit, Clay make a pinch pot paint it turquoise add small red beads, silver   smudge with yellow cedar white sage   form a rabbit of natural clay sculpt a bowl in its back add sacred objects:   small gemstones,…

Lunar New Year 2021

Anna’s Hummingbird in the PNW snow mid-February (photography by iris) From unexpected snow for the Lunar New Year, Year of the Ox to Valentine's Day to late February, each day is a gift. We prepare for Spring Migration, greening, blossoms. "Creating…

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Epiphany 2021

Three chanterelle mushrooms in the forest (Cantharellus cibarius) photo by Monticola. Epiphany signifies illumination, a sudden intuitive perception, a moment of revelation. In the midst of an on-going global pandemic and much chaos, may we allow the earth to illuminate our path. …

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Sunrise, New Moon in Scorpio “We wake; we wake the day, the light rising in us like sun – our breath a prayer brushing against the feather in our hands….” -- Gail Tremblay, Onondaga, Mi’Kmaq, from Indian Singing in the…

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Harvest Full Moon, October 1, 2020

All the warm nights sleep in moonlight keep letting it go into you do this all your life do this you will shine outward in old age the moon will think you are the moon Jacob Nibenegenesabe,_a poem from The Wishing Bone Cycle: Narrative Poems…

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the stars are still shining

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