Category: nature spirituality

more Soul Land reviews

Educator Soul Land by Natalia Clarke engages the reader through lovely language and imagery. I’m looking forward to showing several of these lines to my students as mentor texts to inspire their own writing! Claire M.So beautiful. It really takes a special poetry book to… Continue Reading “more Soul Land reviews”

Nature is all there is…

Nature is the original intelligence, life-force, evolution and transformative realm that just is. I like working with nature as the most primary source of all intelligence grounded in the body, clarity of thinking and depth of feeling. Most of all it doesn’t seek to… Continue Reading “Nature is all there is…”

Winter’s breath

Intense craving for quietude and emptiness is present within me in winter. My body exhales with delight releasing all the debris that is heavy, stuck and rubbing on the edges of my experience. I read somewhere yesterday the words, which rang true that described… Continue Reading “Winter’s breath”

Signed Author copies

I am excited to announce that I now have a limited number of author-signed copies of Pagan Portals Intuitive Magic Practice ahead of its official April 2021 publication date. A unique opportunity to own a copy now. I would love to know what you… Continue Reading “Signed Author copies”

Soul land review

In which Soul Land is highly recommended. James Nicol is a well respected member of the druid community and founded an influential contemplative project BOOK REVIEW: SOUL LAND ORDER YOUR COPY HERE   

She calls

I can hear her calling. Hardly there like a whisper it is carried by gentle wind. There is no force or vigour in that call, just a brush on my being making awareness known that she is waiting, she is there. There is comfort… Continue Reading “She calls”

What Am I For?

  A bird, a tree, a rock; they know what they are for, what freedom is Simplicity of it pierces through me breaking my heart for I can’t reach that state of knowing Human… I am misplaced, shapeshifted here and there, but nowhere I… Continue Reading “What Am I For?”