Tag Archives: Moontime Rising

“How Would My Life Have Been Different?” My Red Tent Summit Video

It has been both an honor and a pleasure to participate in the just completed 2014 Red Tent Summit hosted by DeAnna L’am of Red Tents in Every Neighborhood. Over the course of the month of February, 30 women, myself included, shared our heartfelt stories and gifts with thousands of women from around the world! […]

The Magic Circle by John William Waterhouse

The veil thins… darkness creeping in…

The veil thins… darkness creeping in. Hush. Listen. Time to sweep the space, light a candle, stoke a fire, call a circle, fill your cauldron. Let it boil down until all that remains is the thick, savory syrup of your essential self. Drink deeply. Every last drop. Hush. Listen. Listen for the messages from the […]

Great Mother Stormcloud

It’s been a challenging week over here and I’m still in the midst of processing everything that’s happened, humbled and grateful that after a very unfortunate incident, my family is safe and sound. We’re in the midst of clearing and grounding, and while I’m sure I’ll have more to say in the coming weeks, for […]

The Value of Sharing Circles

At the ongoing Movie Nights that I host at  Vitalize Community Studio, we conclude each evening with a sharing circle, in which everyone has the opportunity to practice the art of giving and receiving, to speak and be heard, to share honestly and to be witnessed authentically, and especially to be held in sacred space. These circles […]

Harvest Moon

How might you mark this first Full Moon after Equinox? The Harvest Moon . . . This turning reminds me to look around – in our garden, in our home, in my self, to see what I can harvest – to see what has come to its natural end. To see what is ready to […]

Dancing into the Dark

  Equinox is upon us   The time has come   To savor the slanted rays of Autumn’s Sun To reap what we have sown To harvest abundance to carry us through the spare season To gather To celebrate To pull on our furry, wooly layers, and stave off the coming cold To sit in […]