Fear Itself

We have nothing to fear but fear itself. ~ Franklin Delano Roosevelt How many times have your thoughts skimmed over this quote from FDR without giving it much thought? Here's the full quote ... We have nothing to fear but fear itself - nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into … Continue reading Fear Itself


I have loved the Arthurian tales since I was a child. I've read almost every re-telling of the stories from ancient Welsh myths to Morte d'Arthur illustrated by Arthur Rackham (I bought that as a Christmas present for myself because I was pretty sure that year I wasn't getting anything else I wanted) to Mary … Continue reading Merlin

Shabbos Oracle: Wait

Night is falling, candles have been lit; the peace of the Sabbath descends upon my home. May the peace of Shabbos fill you and yours as well.  This is the final night of the Aries dark moon, we have the opportunity to consider again the seeds we want to plant in the rich, dark soil … Continue reading Shabbos Oracle: Wait

A Tale: Seren

The Knight of Cups returns to us for the second time in a row and it's time for another segment in the Tale. If you remember, we saw Rasha preparing for her journey at the end of A Tale: White Horses. One night, Rasha dreamed of her previous journey as Death's companion. As dreams do, … Continue reading A Tale: Seren


Last week I had a reading of my Akashic records. I'd heard about it, didn't really quite understand what it was or how it worked, but I was curious, as always. She did a meditation and prayer and then began to receive information from her Spirit guides in the Akash. We sat silently together - … Continue reading Dominoes


Earlier this evening, I sat out on my front steps - just being. Even though I now live right off a two-lane highway, it is a quiet road most of the time. My dog lay nearby, and I heard … a woodpecker knocks on a nearby tree; songbirds practice their evensong; one of the horses … Continue reading Blessed


I took a quick trip into town to pick up my weekend mail; lo and behold - my newest tarot deck had arrived! Invoking the Goddess by Lisa de St. Croix is the first round deck that I've had in a very long time and I love the way it feels in my hands - … Continue reading Celebrate!


There are very few things that 'get' me the way that lies do. I understand little white lies that do no harm and ease your life and the lives of others. The key word here is 'little'. Of no consequence. But it seems that lies are a big commodity right now both in the larger, … Continue reading Lies


A parable is a short tale that illustrates a universal truth; it is a simple narrative. It sketches a setting, describes an action, and shows the results. It may sometimes be distinguished from similar narrative types, such as the allegory and the apologue. A parable often involves a character who faces a moral dilemma or … Continue reading Parables


Hello Everyone! It's good to be back after a few extra days that I needed to settle in to my new home. It's not quite perfect yet, but it's well on the way. Tomorrow I'll have my first visitors - friends from Montana passing through from there to elsewhere. It's not always easy to put … Continue reading Self-Love


I'm on the threshold of day and night, today and tomorrow, my past and my future. So are you. This is my last night in the lovely home of a local friend. When I was in an unexpected situation where the home I was living in became untenable, she generously offered to let me stay … Continue reading Thresholds

I Don’t Wanna!

When I was a child, under seven certainly, I did not want to go home with my parents after a visit to my dad's parents. I was so clear about "I don't wanna!" that I would hide under their bed. Way in the back so no one could get at me from either side. Many … Continue reading I Don’t Wanna!


Guidance for the week of March 17 through March 23 Solitude I am comfortable in my own skin as I detach to replenish my soul I am packing and preparing for my move this week to a new home, nearby to the haven that I've been living in since mid January. I have experienced the … Continue reading Solitude

Slow and Steady

Over the past four years, I've been trading sessions with a peer coach. We studied together in the same coaching certification program and have spoken with one another almost every week over those years. We've gone in very different directions professionally - she is now a successful executive coach while I turned to integrate my … Continue reading Slow and Steady