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“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! […]

Winter Begins

How’s the weather outside where you live today? How’s the weather inside? Your internal climate? Have you ever imagined your menstrual cycle as flowing through the seasons of the year? Attention to our whole menstrual cycle is a powerful way to experience the seasons of life, reaffirming our potential to begin anew, create, transform, and […]

Dark Moon Musings

… Thick, heavy, inscrutable darkness, we embrace you. Pulling the inky black night into our flesh and blood and bones, Wrapping our arms around this red tender grief, we rock ourselves to sleep. Somehow, with complete trust that creation is brewing within, Our bodies quiver, collapse, and allow death to make way for new life. […]

The Harvest Moon

The Harvest Moon The flame-red moon, the harvest moon, Rolls along the hills, gently bouncing, A vast balloon, Till it takes off, and sinks upward To lie on the bottom of the sky, like a gold doubloon.   The harvest moon has come, Booming softly through heaven, like a bassoon. And the earth replies all […]

First Quarter Moon in Virgo

Today the moon will rise around noon and be high overhead at sunset, setting around midnight. The moon looks to be halfway from New to Full and we often refer to it as a Half Moon. So why call it First Quarter? The moon is one quarter of the way through its cycle, which begins […]