I’d love to share a short piece of music I just made titled “Songs of Aphrodite.” You are welcome to just enjoy it, or if you would like an excruciatingly detailed explanation, including how it relates to Sappho and some music theory, read on! It is written in the Locrian mode, also known as the… Continue reading Songs to Aphrodite
A few weeks ago I was tending to my garden and found that Earth stars had come to my yard. Earth stars are mushrooms that look like stars. The insides of the little ball are filled with spores and when it rains, they open up and scatter their offspring to their fates. The Blackfeet Nation… Continue reading The Earth Stars Journey
And poetry is music beyond tones and rhythm. When I was in elementary school, I wanted to play the drums in the school band, but I was told “girls don’t play drums.” So, later I learned guitar, piano, and Appalachian dulcimer, but I didn’t play drums for many decades. In the meantime I had read… Continue reading Music Is Poetry Beyond Words
It’s Imbolc! Celebrate with a new Imbolc poem I have just had published at the Return to Mago e-magazine! You can read it by clicking here.
I’m thrilled to announce that I have a poem and song posted on the Return to Mago E-Magazine! Titled “Sunrise at Goodwater,” it is about my ancestors who lived in the mountains in the US and has a song on the dulcimer to go with it! To read the poem and hear the song, please… Continue reading New Poem and Song at Return to Mago E-Magazine
I’m thrilled that I have a new post up on the group blog Feminism and Religion titled Like Water Flowing Down a Mountain: Creating Lasting Change. You may click here to read it!
I’m thrilled to announce that I have a new post up at Feminism and Religion about finding spiritual power in everyday objects and actions. You are invited to read it by clicking here. I hope you enjoy it!
I’m thrilled to let you know that I have a new post on the group blog Feminism and Religion. In the post I explore some ancient goddesses who were lawgivers and judges and what wisdom their stories have for our own times, especially regarding the importance of lawmakers and judges have an Earth focus. You… Continue reading New Post on Feminism and Religion about Ancient Lawgiver Goddesses and the Earth
I’m sorry to say that the podcast Voices of the Sacred Feminine will be going on hiatus, so my interview scheduled for this Wednesday, October 14, has been canceled. Karen Tate, who hosts the podcast hopes to reschedule. When that happens I’ll let you know!
I’m thrilled to let you know that I will be the guest on Karen Tate’s acclaimed podcast Voices of the Sacred Feminine next Wednesday, October 14, at 11 am Pacific Time (2 pm Eastern Time). We’ll talk about tools to manifest a better future, including Goddess mythology, how to find the Sacred Feminine in our… Continue reading Please Join Me on Voices of the Sacred Feminine with Karen Tate!