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Feral Fables

August 2, 2010

“For centuries, women and men have sought guidance and counsel to help them in processes of change, healing, and transformation.” That is the first sentence in the introduction to my new book, Feral Fables. How many of us have checked the I Ching, or Animal Medicine cards, or the Tarot to see what they have […]

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Seven-Link Challenge

July 18, 2010

One of the blogs about blogging I read is ProBlogger. That’s a mouthful, isn’t it? This week, there was a challenge to respond to seven categories. I decided to take part, mostly because it requires some thinking about my posts in the past and where I’d like to go in the future. Here are the […]

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Feral Fables

June 17, 2010

  Those of you who have been reading this blog over the past couple of years may remember that I have offered you a few fables from time to time. I wrote them to use when counseling clients. They can be used to help you evaluate your own life, or simply read slowly for your […]

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Luz de la Vida

December 25, 2009

Today’s post is a bit of my short fiction. From time to time, I post something on that order. This banner is one I made many years ago.   Luz de la Vida   The StoryTeller woman lives in a harbor this side of the sea, near a spurious border between two kingdoms. Once, as […]

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The Mermaid

October 17, 2009

Today’s post is a bit of my short fiction. From time to time, I will post something on that order. This photo of surf and rainbow was taken on Ali`i Drive, Kailua-Kona HI   The Mermaid Gingerly, she steps around the walkway encompassing the hull of the boat. She is deprived of the oxygen tanks’ […]

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The Singer

September 5, 2009

Today’s post is a bit of my short fiction. From time to time, I will post something on that order. Photo of lava flow taken at Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park, Hawai`i Island   The Singer   A primal aurora gives birth to color, from muted blues through brilliant sapphire to a deep azure, until the […]

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The Purple Chrysanthemum

August 1, 2009

Today’s post is a bit of my short fiction. From time to time, I will post something on that order. Photo taken at Kalopa State Park, Hawai`i Island.   The Purple Chrysanthemum   Chores never cease, never subside. Menacing dark corners tower above and below her, dusty and dank. Driven here, thrust there, the woman […]

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