Releasing our psychological crap through meditation is a never-ending process, but if we are wanting to have a life, when do we stop meditating and go get the groceries and clean the house? When do we have a family, for that matter? I was in a catch-22 this morning- I had a lot of yuckiness weighing my heart down and calling out to be meditated through, but at the same time,
I did a meditation tonight and afterwards I was just sitting there thinking about my day tomorrow and it dawned on me that my expectations for Valentine's Day are just way too high. My guy can be
I sent a video on the Law of Three to someone who's in an unrequited love situation. It's painful and she just wants it to end; she either wants to have the love reciprocated, or to get out and move on to a better life. She's stuck and infuriated
The state of Ohio is home to an important and mysterious snake effigy that archeologists have said is "arguably the most recognizable icon of ancient America." Built by the Indigenous people of North America, the 1300-foot long undulating serpent has been declared "the largest survivng effigy mound from the pre-historic era" and National Geographic listed it as a "Great Wonder of the Ancient World".
In my research for this blog post, I also
You can watch the Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse live-streaming from here as it's live streaming from Griffith observatory in Los Angeles, but what's equally interesting is
In North American Aboriginal culture, artistic ability was highly prized and considered a quality that showed potential for leadership. The Western tradition, on the other hand, has arguably rewarded rationality and fluidity of logic over artistic abilty -- at least before the Dark Ages and after Enlightenment-- and there is a glaring
As I was writing my blog post last night and looking for images of da Vinci's Vitruvian Man, I found this website called Drawing Academy. They offer a 3-month online course that teaches you how to draw. I liked it and I'm thinking about taking it actually because well... you can
There was a question online from someone in one of my groups who was afraid of death- how do you deal with the fear? When questions come up about death, I think of the pentad with its arms outstretched because the ancient Greeks associated the number Five with life, self-renewal and fecundity. As an Enneagrammer, I see it also associated with generosity, giving and receiving, vulnerability and openness, qualities associated with a healthy Type Five individual.
Someone suggested to me this morning that my creative juices must be flowing because it's a Waxing Moon and
Carl Jung associated his archetype of the trickster with the Fool in Tarot, although I don't understand how they saw the two archetypes corresponding.