Twisty Tree

Awakening to wonder and sharing a faith in the wild and shadowed goodness of the Earth.

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silveth:

Interview clip with Bob (RJ) Stewart on the Faery Tradition

teriel:

This last weekend I attended a workshop run by R. J. Stewart, which focused on the Spirit Cord teachings. It was a profound experience for me…one where I felt that certain gaps in my magical education were filled in by the work we did. I’ve never done cord work before and hadn’t found much in the ways of reference to it in the works I’ve read so I was really curious about what this workshop would be like and what I’d learn from it. - See more at: http://bit.ly/OY0xl8

teriel:

This last weekend I attended a workshop run by R. J. Stewart, which focused on the Spirit Cord teachings. It was a profound experience for me…one where I felt that certain gaps in my magical education were filled in by the work we did. I’ve never done cord work before and hadn’t found much in the ways of reference to it in the works I’ve read so I was really curious about what this workshop would be like and what I’d learn from it. - See more at: http://bit.ly/OY0xl8

1 month ago

geopsych:

Had a visit from an indigo bunting: the bluer-than-a-bluebird bird!

In the way that a gardener knows
how to transform compost into flowers,
we can learn the art of transforming
anger, depression, and racial discrimination
into love and understanding.
This is the work of meditation.
Thich Nhat Hanh (via colordesignlife)

(Source: yogachocolatelove, via lisawhitehare)


"Instant love! Laska the Alsatian immediately viewed it as her mission to nurture two tiny, abandoned wild boars who were close to death when they were found in Hamburg, Germany in March 2010. The baby boars — dubbed Alice and Emma — were brought to the home of the Heckers, Laska’s owners. Because of their small size, baby boars can’t stay warm enough alone at night to keep alive. Laska focused on snuggling up against them to keep them warm, cleaning them with her tongue and picking them up whenever they toppled over.  Read More

"Instant love! Laska the Alsatian immediately viewed it as her mission to nurture two tiny, abandoned wild boars who were close to death when they were found in Hamburg, Germany in March 2010. The baby boars — dubbed Alice and Emma — were brought to the home of the Heckers, Laska’s owners. Because of their small size, baby boars can’t stay warm enough alone at night to keep alive. Laska focused on snuggling up against them to keep them warm, cleaning them with her tongue and picking them up whenever they toppled over.  Read More

(Source: dogsandcatslivingtogether, via allcreatures)

5 months ago