Giving is contagious.

Giving is contagious.

As some of you know, there is a Little Free Pantry in front of Shakti in the Mountains. The Little Free Pantry provides non-perishable food and some personal hygiene items to anyone who needs it. This pantry is a free-standing structure which depends SOLELY on volunteers to stock it. I call these people…

Death Layer: What is it and how do we navigate it?

Death Layer: What is it and how do we navigate it?

Living in a pandemic with rising viral cases is not easy. In addition to the pandemic, folks are struggling with work (or lack thereof), school, parenting, colder weather, poor health, addiction, isolation, depression, anxiety, loss, and fear. In other words, I would be surprised if you had not felt Death Layer in the last month.

The question then becomes: What do I do when I feel Death Layer or witness Death Layer in another?

Celebrating, Savoring, and Finding Your Next Step

Celebrating, Savoring, and Finding Your Next Step

I feel like we just finished a marathon and can finally rest, at least for a moment. After months of watching the presidential campaign, after a harrowing week of waiting for the votes to be tallied, Americans can collectively take a deep breath.

Obviously, the election results are not the end…

A Guide to Navigating Liminal Spaces

A Guide to Navigating Liminal Spaces

As I write this article, I do not know the presidential election results. And because we may not know the results for a while, this time period feels very liminal. Liminal, as you may recall from a previous article, is a space which is neither here nor there. Liminal space occurs at the threshold: where one leaves what was and is about to enter what is to become. Liminal spaces can feel mysterious and exciting. They also can feel scary and apprehensive.

Fall Traditions: A Little Halloween Fact Sheet and a Full Moon Practice

Fall Traditions: A Little Halloween Fact Sheet and a Full Moon Practice

It is hard to believe we are in the last week of October. At the end of the week, we celebrate Halloween or Samhain. Samhain is the midpoint between the fall equinox and the winter solstice. The ancient Celts, who originated the holiday, believed this was the time of year when the veil between the worlds was the thinnest: encouraging souls left on the earth plane to move into the spirit realm.

Many of our current Halloween traditions stem from the practices of the Celts. Did you know…

Pin It on Pinterest

Journey with the Moon