A week after I watched his documentary, The Last Man on the Moon, and days after I saw the film, Hidden Figures, astronaut Gene Cernan died. I'm having a hard time expressing the nostalgia, sadness, longing--the hiraeth I wrote about a year ago here--that I feel when I think about the space program . . .
It's that time again--the new semester has started for me and it'll be the last in the Master's certificate program I'm doing in Integrated Imagery. Which is another way to say that I'm learning hypnotherapy as it's applied to past life regressions at Atlantic University in Virginia Beach. That's . . .
Do you know about past-life regression? If you're a new friend, you might not know that I'm a past-life regressionist. I'm finishing up a three-course graduate program in past-life regression at Atlantic University, the school Edgar Cayce founded in the 1930s. It's a terrific program grounded in . . .
Homeless families really suffer in the Bay area. It's expensive to live here and if parents need child care so they can work, it's nearly impossible. Add to that women and children who become homeless due to domestic violence and, well, the problem is staggering. And not just in my city. So the . . .
All things are sacred, nothing is sacred. ~Coyote medicine Maybe like me, you know people who take themselves VERY seriously. Maybe you voted for one. (Only kidding. I know you didn't. Right?) But what you may not know is that when we take ourselves too seriously, that's when Coyote can remind us . . .
Only in the darkness can you see the stars. ~Martin Luther King, Jr. or Ralph Waldo Emerson (or maybe no one important but it's still true)* Remember that adage look on the bright side? We're not used to looking for the gifts in bad situations. It's counter-intuitive, isn't it? When bad things . . .
It's women who seem to have had the biggest impact on the southwest and in Taos, it wasn't just the most famous, Mabel Dodge Lujan. The impact of socialite and style icon Meredith Rogers was a surprise, and went far beyond her amazing art collection. Her former home is now a museum and sits tucked . . .
We must remember the worlds our ancestors traveled. Always wear the songs they gave us. Remember we are made of prayers. Now we leave wrapped in blankets of love and wisdom. ~Luci Tapahanso Dine (Navajo) Santa Fe is now a beautiful memory after six wonderful weeks. To honor our time there, . . .
God answers prayers. Always. Maybe just not the way we think S/He will. The answer is always one of these: YES. NOT NOW. I'VE GOT SOMETHING BETTER FOR YOU. Yep. God answers prayers. . . .
Shhh.... can you hear it? Today in the Comments, tell us about a time when you heard music others couldn't hear. Or tell us what you think about this quote. Inquiring minds want to know! . . .