. This is a poem I wrote after my first shamanic journey.
“Up, up I rise
Like the eagle I soar
From the valley
The curves sound
And return from the round
Sun and Moon
All we are
Is reflected in time
From above we can see
In the eternal
Rhythm of Life
My feet touch the ground
As I fly in the sky
My shadow extends
Through the passing wind
I can feel the… Continue
Added by Michele Walters on May 2, 2009 at 12:27am —
This Full Moon meeting takes place May 9 (London 5:03 a.m.,
Switzerland 6:03 a.m., Moscow 8:03 a.m., Auckland 4:03 p.m.
and Sedona already May 8 at 9:03 p.m.) So find the time when
it is ok for you to connect with the family.
And what kind of Full Moon is it this time? ..... Scorpio........
huuuuu. I always smile because so many people don't like this
zodiak sign. Well Scorpio is an intensive energy, a lot of power
that does not want anything else.… Continue
Added by Robert Dakota on May 1, 2009 at 9:22am —
This dream was very powerful to me and as soon as I awoke from the dream I felt as if I was still in a type of meditative state and was able to continue the information while awake which I had not done in previous dreams.
The dream itself was very short and in the dream I could feel a Plutonic Energy (from the planet Pluto) which seemed very real. This energy which I felt was being sent forth into space which in the dream represented ‘The Mother’.
This feeling was very… Continue
Added by Michele Walters on April 30, 2009 at 7:42pm —
Added by Mihaela David on April 28, 2009 at 4:53am —
I have lots of pics and videos. We had a great time. My sons, my friend Dana and her son, Sobe and I took a last minute adventure to the Grand Canyon to partake in ceremony at the rim and in Tuba City!
It was cold and windy, but we had a blast and I am so glad that we all especially my children, experienced healing mother earth and meeting a few of the elders. They danced, talked and sat with a few as well!
Love and Light to ALL!
Added by Chelsea Higholt on April 27, 2009 at 4:06pm —
I wrote this a while back.
Did you ever want to go
go running, jumping, go crazy
warm sandlewood, Coltrane, Frangelica nights
the word hello was poured in my ear
husky and enticing, draws you in, a wisp of soft spring air
a dream of a dream of a dream
a role not yet lived
I knew you once in my mind's eye
we ran on the white sands
the day much like that day, a blustery one
telling the gulls… Continue
Added by Chana on April 26, 2009 at 10:46pm —
Its Earth Day, Lets celebrate.
In the near future I hope this day becomes as important to the masses as days like christmas, easter, halloween, ect. instead of another day to go buy stuff and celebrate that days mascot, we could collectively ( expressing Oneness ) give to our planet the types of gifts she would and could appriciate, like clean up, plant, love each other, take a brake from destructive habits at the very least. This is our Planet, the only one we have; not only that… Continue
Added by Rickbischoff on April 22, 2009 at 10:16am —
When enough becomes Too Much 4 ME;
THE threat to our FREEDOM OF WRITING? SPEECH,COMMUNITY&theENVIRONMENT(SACRED, Abundant...Scarred & Yet still_Healing, Mother Earth)?
WTF?!? Where is Al GOnRE. Too Many Beans Pickens&Buffett(?), Gatez, US&A..., Mitt R., Sen. McCain, Rush & ALL THE OTHER CELEBUTARDed POLITICAL fashionary MOdels. THe green movment, greenpeaces, the Irish, THE f'kn fightin' Irish, past ancestors who would stand or speak or write up for… Continue
Added by Kurtis B. Zobell on April 22, 2009 at 12:01am —
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Today is 4/20 the day in which millions upon millions of people in the world will roll-up, pack a bowl, or ripp the bong probably more than once. And in commemoration of this day on worldviewz and to educate for some who are
"not in the know" of this plant, I'm going to give some fact /myths and history of the plant. I copy/pasted this info from "How Marijuana Became Illegal" by Bud Fairy and the "Myth/Fact" portion is from "The Drug… Continue
Added by Richard J. Hobin Jr. on April 20, 2009 at 12:03pm —
I WAS PERSEPHONE by Sareena Sandhu June 1998
I watched in awe as the blind red dirt
Covered my torso.
Whispering to the fourth wind
The one which does not make a sound or motion
As it blinds and pushes you in defiant instinct.
Thrown to hungry wolves
They are amused
My composure is self-withstanding
I am forged with metal which wraps its forceful nature upon my back.
And I am in Hades,
The cruel depths… Continue
Added by Sareena Sandhu on April 19, 2009 at 9:09pm —
That Woman on the Milk Carton(March 2009)
By Sareena Sandhu
Why is it that
We can never really put ourselves
In another's shoes
Until we are really there
I am a survivor of domestic violence
I have the badge of honor and courage
I have changed my world
To change my stars
We decide that abuse is not right for us
We control what is done to our bodies and our… Continue
Added by Sareena Sandhu on April 19, 2009 at 9:00pm —
Mirrors, mirrors of the world, it is time for reflection, for looking at what is being done to your planet, to your lives, to the lives of every living creature. For too many long dark moons, you have taken and plundered the Earths resources and still you hunger for more, for greed, for what your neighbours mirror appears to be reflecting, but it only reflects an outer image, it does not reflect the true self inside. This is another form of the alchemy of which I have spoken before, two… Continue
Added by Whitefeather on April 15, 2009 at 10:02am —
So, here we are on the verge of another Full Moon! This full moon is in Libra, balance, justice, temperance, and a sorting out of things, bringing them order. It is interesting that this moon is in Libra considering all the provocative comments to Hiniri's blog post about the phases of the moon!
It is time to harmonize
, to bring in to balance all that we are; light, shadow, masculine, feminine. It is the convergence of all these principals that makes us ONE
with our… Continue
Added by Howling Woman on April 8, 2009 at 12:42pm —
Beautiful Losheka by Isis Andersen for David Graywolf Flynn For Wednesday's Writing Essentials
For Dave Flynn (Graywolf)
of the Tuscarora Iroquois
Little Turtle Clan Northern Band
with love and respect
And for Hidalgo and the Lakota Nation
With Love and Respect
Losheka is Dave Flynn's… Continue
Added by Isis Andersen on April 6, 2009 at 5:00am —
Butterfly Nation By Cynthia Isis Titania Andersen
Butterfly Nation: Woodstock Remembered For Dave Flynn By Isis Andersen
August 19, 2008 09:01 PM EDT (Updated: August 23, 2008 01:38 AM EDT)
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Another Poetic Mission Impossible Challenge… Continue
Added by Isis Andersen on April 6, 2009 at 4:30am —
*Jonathon Cott is a favorite writer of mine. I just wish to share his beautiful poem for it inspires and touches the heart.
Isis, Lady of Petals from Isis and Osiris by Jonathon Cott Epilogue: A Night in a Garden of Spain
From Isis and Osiris by Jonathon Cott…
Added by Isis Andersen on April 6, 2009 at 4:27am —
The Via Galactica: The Way of the Galaxy by Cynthia Isis Andersen
This is the Hubble Deep Field Survey and this has been called the most significant photograph… Continue
Added by Isis Andersen on April 6, 2009 at 4:22am —
Kia ora & hi there,
Recently I sent an email talking about shifting the mind into
empowered states. Remember Mind SHFTS? See+Hear+Feel+Taste+Smell.
In your memories, you can recall SHFTS that can give you power and
Now we must be able to channel and apply that energy into movements,
tactics and strategies that give us the best chance of success.
One way is to use the faces or… Continue
Added by Robert Dakota on April 2, 2009 at 9:05am —
If all fossil fuels and their derivatives, as well as trees for paper and construction were banned in order to save the planet, reverse the Greenhouse Effect and stop deforestation; then there is only one known annually renewable natural resource that is capable of providing the overall majority of the world's paper and textiles; meet all of the world's transportation, industrial and home energy needs, while simultaneously reducing pollution, rebuilding the soil, and cleaning the atmosphere… Continue
Added by buscheaux on March 27, 2009 at 6:50pm —
What is the Story of Stuff?
An animated webumentary exposing the global repercussions of unchecked consumerism, The Story of Stuff
charts the lifecycle of a typical commercial product, beginning with raw materials mined or extracted, continuing with manufacturing and shipping, and concluding with purchase, use and landfill internment.… Continue
Added by buscheaux on March 27, 2009 at 6:30pm —