Category: Darker part of the year

The time for insights

Autumnal air is potent with insights. They hang heavy in the morning mist ready to emerge and burn bright in pronounced and sharp autumn sunsets. Can you feel it? There is a reason I call this season the most magical. During this time palpable… Continue Reading “The time for insights”

Winter stories

The darkest night, oh how rich and comforting your gifts Like the darkest depth of the earth it contains our sorrows and joys Care taking all potential It keeps it, churns it and later We emerge as new towards the light We stretch into… Continue Reading “Winter stories”

Landscapes and emotions

The first thing to do when we are overwhelmed is to recognise and acknowledge it’s there. Stop being brave and seek to suppress or control, just step into the chaos. It can be a scary concept and counterintuitive but what if we tried, as… Continue Reading “Landscapes and emotions”

Shadows at dawn

The pull of a new calendar year is strong, as if something in me can’t wait for a clean sheet of paper to start writing another story. It yarns for the taste of spring, for fresh changes. This is very much in the collective… Continue Reading “Shadows at dawn”

Morning walk post Yule

It is rather warm this morning. There are signs of life and light everywhere. Nothing brings more hope into my heart than encountering seeds with roots on them, young and delicate on the forest floor dig up by animals and birds to eat. When… Continue Reading “Morning walk post Yule”