The One Thing That Changes All Relationships. ~ Freya Watson We live in a vibrational world, where similar vibrations attract.…
Up, down, up, down, in and out, and roundabout. Yep, it’s one of those mornings. Like many writers, I…
One of the things that I love about writing (and there are many, including just the simplicity of sitting down with myself, my thoughts and a mug of coffee) is the chance to explore aspects of myself that don’t get much of an outing
According to some old storytellers, the fairies disappeared from Ireland with the arrival of electric lighting and, from where I am today with experience in shamanic practice and energy healing, this makes perfect sense. But it’s not so much that I think they’ve disappeared—I think it’s more that we’ve become desensitized to what may be ‘out there’.
There are times when there is magic afoot that we barely notice let alone comprehend, unless we’re attuned to its presence.
I might wish I was a pond-skater – with its lightness and delicacy – but I guess I’m some kind of a benthic organism, perhaps a starfish at best.
When she shows up inside of me there is still a part of me that wants to push her away, part of me that doesn’t love her anymore than others do. She is uncivilized and uncaring about the niceties that make us outwardly attractive to others—the groomed hair, the carefully-selected clothes, the clever ideas and pieces of paper proving our credentials.