I have two books that I turn to regularly, pictured below, for seeking some wisdom for the day: Embers: One Ojibway's Meditations by Richard Wagamese and Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom by John O’Donohue. I open a book and a page at random, then scan the page for something — a word, a… Continue reading MoonDay Musings: What did I really see this day?
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Samhain, a new immram for a new year
This year, Samhain feels different for me. I am embracing an even deeper connection with the Ancestors, especially as so many close to me have transitioned to that place in the last year. I am feeling a call for a deeper and longer reflective period, and a greater need for renewal and new beginnings. I… Continue reading Samhain, a new immram for a new year
The need for an Anam Cara, a Soul friend
I often turn to John O'Donoghue's beautiful book Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom for inspiration. Just as I do with Embers: One Ojibway's Meditations by Richard Wagamese, I often practise a little bibliomancy. . . I just open the book at a random page for wisdom. For more info about bibliomancy, click here. This passage… Continue reading The need for an Anam Cara, a Soul friend
The landscape of Inner Beauty
I often write about connecting with our beauty and to the beauty of Nature around us, of which we are a part. The beauty of Nature can take many forms... the voice of a loved one, the cherry blossoms emerging in spring, a shimmering and fragile spider web, a lush forest, the vibrancy of fall… Continue reading The landscape of Inner Beauty