Kuan Yin isn’t so strange a figure to be present in a bird shaman’s life. She is often depicted with birds. Most commonly, it is with a swallow (sometimes very stylized and phoenix-like) which carries a string of prayer beads in its beak. This bird represents light in the darkness, especially through devotion. Sometimes the […]
this is another find. Not relevant? Well love is Universal, and we are at sometime in our lives all at loggerheads with it. We can make our Selves hard to love most often when we are disconnected from Self. When we measure our Selves against perceived perfect others but read this and see if you relate and then sit with it and find your Self and sit with them. Tell them how you feel . Use a mirror and the Ho’opono’ono ‘I’m sorry, I love you, forgive me.’
Blessings and joy
Source: When I Was Hard To Love
At this time of the new moon we open up to new possibilities. We allow new ideas and experiences to enter our lives. In our previous few meditations we have been beginning our journey for the next six months. With this new moon we explore new ways of being and moving through this journey. Take […]
I discovered this piece and thought you would like it. So many things that we don’t see as coming under the purview of such and such a subject… but EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED, EVERYTHING HAS SPIRIT, ENERGY & EVERYTHING IS UNIVERSAL. Happy meditations.
Nicholas Breeze Wood, the editor and producer of the dedicated e-zine Sacred Hoop has compiled some articles about Shamanic practice. This collection of articles is free but if you want to know more, have Sacred Hoop delivered to your inbox 4 times a year for a very small subscription fee it’s an absolute joy to have. Covering diverse traditions from all over the globe. What is Shamanism? contains articles from notable and respected Shaman and practitioners. Continue reading “What is Shamanism?”
Spring, springing up all over and the light is beginning to peep through the storm full clouds, the dark days are almost over and we look forward to our own new beginnings.
How do we move through the slow deepness of the winter and out into the light?
BUNYAHISHIG Continue reading “Spring Cleaning”