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Expanding Roles

As July starts to have form, the clash for survival between mind and heart is becoming stronger, the one increasingly aggressive and the other intent upon emergence.
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The Longest Solstice Light

The energy of long Solstice light woke me early today on this the longest day, along with the pre-dawn song of early blackbirds and the chatter of bats returning to their roosts in the cedar shingles under my windows.  It feels momentous, infinite, rich and transitory, a day to remember but which in the human […]
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Light Fingers

As you remember that you comprise three levels of being, which are spirit, soul and your humanity, and as you remember too that only the aspect of being human is transitory, it is easy to take the latter for granted, particularly where it relates to the body.
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A Blood Supermoon of Great Change

Wednesday’s Supermoon will be the strongest and brightest in recent memory and for many months to come, exceeding even last month’s powerful and painful manifestation.  Unusually, it will be accompanied by a total lunar eclipse, and so it will be a Blood Supermoon.
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Deep Time and Parallel Lives

In the recent Deep Time project, fifteen people lived in a French cave without clocks, light or external communications, to test the effects of living as a group in isolation without any indicators of time. 
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All is Light

“I see, and when the eye is opened, all is Light.” 
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Philip: Love and Grief

Some years before the sad death of the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday, the Queen remarked that grief is the price we pay for love.  She was right. Without love we are nothing.  Our soul and human purpose is to learn about love, to express love and to teach love.  Love is the essence of […]
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An Easter Moon of Life and Death

I write to you as the Easter Full Moon prepares to comes into its climax this weekend and as the memory of a powerful March Equinox swirls around us still. 
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Sarah Everard and Lessons from the Past

The sad story of Sarah Everard, abducted and murdered as she walked through London last week, has raised many questions in many people and many memories in many women. 
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The Lemurian Way

All over my garden, wars are erupting over ownership.  Ducks, owls, stock doves and squirrels are arguing over the use of a barn owl box (the owl is winning) while blackbirds squabble about territory and dunnocks like many birds fight over mates and the best nesting place.  There is much noise, much activity and within […]
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