It's been a while... I haven't written a poem since Beltaine. And, as the reader will attest, not a blog post either. Litha, or Summer Solstice, the Celtic season just passing is the Solar Energetic peak of the year, the time of greatest energy for accomplishment and productivity - getting things done and bringing things … Continue reading Being a Writer When Not Writing : Litha & Lammas
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Sally-Shakti Willow reading Earth Keepers at Into the Wild Beltaine 2019.
Three poems from ATHA, live at Into the Wild Beltaine 2019.
Ostara's writing practice grows both roots and shoots from the seeds planted at Imbolc.
20-22 March 2019 All the energies are aligned for deep transformation and manifesting positive new directions in our lives right now. This new portal of energy is at a higher vibration than we have experienced before. It is going to help us awaken to new potentials and opportunities. It is going to open and guide … Continue reading Spring Equinox & Libra Supermoon
This week's writing practice has drawn on the seasonal shift into Imbolc and the power of the waxing moon to plant seeds for future growth.
Cha is doing something far more interesting than describing here, though. The way she uses language constitutes an attempt to perform the function of mantra: that is, to do what mantra does.
The ritual of the eclipse, the ritual of the text, becomes our ritual. We participate in its duration as actively engaged readers, entering into relationship with its author Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, and with each other as we do so.
In this offering of a Kinetic Utopia, I invite you into the world of these words.