How To See Agitation As Inspiration

We Are All Living Masters: Poverty is not the opposite of riches

My husband and I have been together fifteen years, and every Christmas we end up broke. It’s this crazy thing we joke about that happens no matter how well we plan our finances, and it’s not because we’re reckless or because we can’t add. The truth is, there’s only so...

We Are All Living Masters: …Even the Late and Lazy

It’s late October, already. My Sibella magazine article is overdue and I haven’t been struck by any inspiration to scribe. As you might have guessed from my writings so far, the whole “personal challenge” model of storytelling is quite foreign to me. Not having a...

We Are All Living Masters: I Don’t Belong Here

I don’t belong here. In this place. In this family. In this life.  I’m sure we’ve all felt that way, and probably thought we were the only one to ask, “why am I here?” The only one to question the purpose of our existence. Especially when we have so much to be...

We Are All Living Masters: A Leaf in the Breeze

When I was sixteen, I told my surrogate mother how I saw the world. “I feel like a leaf in the breeze; being delivered wherever and whenever I need to be”. She was horrified. As a mystic, her concept of life revolved around layers of reality that require you to...
How does this serve you?

How does this serve you?

Last week I was instructed to write about the nature of service. I left it to focus on other stuff and then talking to a friend yesterday it came up again. “How can I serve others because I know when I’m serving others I am also serving myself” and I realised the...

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Life Is Not A Diorama

Life Is Not A Diorama

If all my days were of my own making, I would do crosswords naked in bed, read sci-fi on the balcony, and cook fancy meals. And If I hand-picked all my friends, they would be clever, kind and psychic. They would know when to leave me be to get my work done, and when...

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WHAT IS MEDICINE?

WHAT IS MEDICINE?

Before the more recent reference to tinctures and therapies, the term ‘medicine’ meant Oneness. People’s such as the Hopi, ancient Egyptians, Buddhists, alchemists and others, saw medicine as more than a cure for what ails us. For them, medicine was a form of living...

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