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Spiritual Free Falling: Angels and Gravity

“I feel like I’m free-falling. I don’t know what’s true anymore, except what I feel is true.” This statement came from someone who is going through a spiritual transformation, away from organized religion and into a more decentralized, feminine-centric, soulful spirituality. I’m well familiar with this feeling. When I left the religion of my ancestry, I often felt like I had jumped off a six-generation building. I literally felt that catch in my chest that I feel when I’m on a carnival ride and the car I’m in suddenly drops. I’d moved into a tipi in August as part of this change, so there was a lot of preparation for the upcoming cold Central Oregon winter. The air was already turning crisp

Division Is Passe, Unity Rules: An Invitation To The Masculine

Division is passe’. Unity rules. Division is passe’. Unity rules. Division is passe’. Unity rules. If you are a violent person, get away from me. I will welcome you home to life when you are ready. But if you’re addicted to your anger, you aren’t yet. Division is passe’. Unity rules. With you standing outside our small group of men We will become a solitary nucleus. We know from sad experience that we men Can do nothing without the Feminine. So With you standing outside our small group of men We, the new nucleus Are re-learning How to ground down Deep into Pachamama’s fertile soil. We can’t force Her We And others of Our (un)kind Have already tried that. No- This time We come Bearing gifts.

Discouragement: Processing

Discouragement: -Dis: a Latin prefix meaning “apart,” “asunder,” “away,” “utterly,” or having a privative, negative, or reversing force. Courage: the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc., without fear; bravery. -Ment: a suffix of nouns, often concrete, denoting an action or a resulting state. Discouragement: the state of being discouraged. Look, we all get discouraged. I have this going on in my life, right now. Looking at it from outside my own ego, it seems often to originate from expectations that are unfulfilled. From a Buddhist perspective, I can assign the “blame” (this is sticky, be careful) to “desire.” In this case, the desire for a

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